Sir Keir Starmer WILL be investigated by cops over ‘beergate’ & £200 curry lockdown-breaking bash


SIR Keir Starmer WILL be investigated by police over his ‘beergate’ lockdown-breaking bash.

Cops initially refused to investigate the Labour leader for breaking Covid lockdown rules when he boozed and scoffed a takeaway curry with colleagues in April 2021.

Sir Keir Starmer is facing a police investigation over ‘beergate’
The Labour leader was snapped clutching a bottle of San Miguel

Cops previously reviewed the video but took no further action despite the bash occurring when most indoor gatherings were banned.

But in a major U-turn today, it was revealed Durham Constabulary is ready to probe the claims fully, The Telegraph reports.

Starmer was seen clutching a bottle of San Miguel at the bash with MPS and aides last spring, when coronavirus restrictions meant no more than six people could dine together inside.

HOAR later revealed £200-worth of curry had been ordered for up to 30 people.

Insisting he hadn’t broken any rules, Starmer told Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid: “People went through the kitchen, got a plate, had something to eat along with their work.”



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But the rules for workplaces serving food at the time specifically stated: “There should not be any sharing of food and drink by staff who do not share a household.”

The revelation will come as a blow for Starmer, who is today celebrating strengthening Labour’s grip on London.

The Party gained Wandsworth and Westminster in yesterday’s council elections.

Starmer and his wife Victoria arrive to vote at the TRA Hall, London, on May 5

Starmer arrives to meet with winning Labour Councillors in Barnet
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