Government ready for difficult day over Gray report

Government ready for difficult day over Gray report

 

 

It was a week before Christmas when top civil servant Sue Gray was asked to begin her investigation into gatherings held in Downing Street and Whitehall during Covid-19 lockdowns.

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Ever since, its full publication has been the crutch upon which many a Conservative MP has leant when asked to pass judgement on the prime minister's conduct and that of the government he leads.
 
Merely invoking her name has provided an excuse to stop short of delivering a definitive verdict on his behaviour, his character.
 
Sue Gray's initial findings, published at the end of January, pointed to "failures of leadership and judgement".
 
This morning, her completed investigation will be sent to Downing Street.
 
Plenty of Conservative MPs acknowledge, privately, that the revelations of the last six months have permanently damaged the prime minister's reputation in the eyes of many: His character, his judgement, his integrity. Bluntly, whether he tells the truth.
 
The government is braced for a difficult day.
 
But the volcanic anger of many Tory MPs just a few months ago has cooled - their appetite for revolution, replacing him, significantly dimmed.
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