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Boris Johnson poses with wine and cheese in the Downing Street garden with colleagues during the first Covid lockdown

BORIS Johnson is pictured enjoying cheese and wine in a Downing Street garden with colleagues during the first Covid lockdown.

The courtyard photos show PM and wife Carrie, possibly holding her son Wilf, last May with staff around.

The Prime Minister is seen enjoying cheese and wine in the Downing Street garden with staff during the first Covid strike

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The Prime Minister is seen enjoying cheese and wine in the Downing Street garden with staff during the first Covid strike
Snapshot showing Boris Johnson with Carrie last May when only important meetings were allowed

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Snapshot showing Boris Johnson with Carrie last May when only important meetings were allowedCredit: Getty

At the time, Brits could only meet outside of business hours with someone from another household.

Social distancing is in effect and only necessary meetings will be allowed.

Labor Vice President Angela Rayner declared the photo “a slap in the face to the British public”.

But No. 10 last night denied the rules were broken, saying: “Work meetings usually take place in the garden in the summer.”

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