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Sue Gray: ‘Verified’ Conservative member claims Joe Lycett joke report was ‘read as a really serious leak’

Someone claiming to be Conservatives member said Joe LycettJoke version of GrayThe report’s “read as a really serious leak”.

Comedian actors posted a joke version senior civil servant’s report on her findings about Downing Street the parties are said to have occurred during the Covid-19 lockdown.

If the alleged member is to be believed, the fake summary, posted on Thursday (January 27), caused a stir in Tories circles.

On Instagram, Lycett shared a message he received from someone he said was a “verified” employee of a Conservative cabinet minister.

It read: “I work in parliament for the Conservative Party and I think you need to know your post this morning was read as a really serious leak from the Sue Gray report. [sic]. U made MP employees literally run around and panic because of what it said. Panic dialed MPs like we need to discuss this now. [sic]”

The UK is awaiting the publication of the results of a police-approved study on Tuesday (January 25).

Since then, however, publication has been delayed amid reports that the report is being subjected to last-minute “legal rubs”.

You can read Lycett’s full simulation report here here.

In response to the messages, Lycett wrote: “This is a series of actual messages that I received from someone who works for a cabinet minister. Source verified. Mother brought down the government. ”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/sue-gray-report-joe-lycett-instagram-b2002182.html Sue Gray: ‘Verified’ Conservative member claims Joe Lycett joke report was ‘read as a really serious leak’

Tom Vazquez

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