At least I can string two words together,’ Diane Abbott jokingly taunted a Conservative MP

At least I can string two words together,’ Diane Abbott jokingly taunted a Conservative MP

"Just witnessed a humiliating defence by Michael Fabricant MP of the latest Downing St. party to be uncovered," wrote the former Shadow Home Secretary on Twitter. "Boris is desperate," she said. "Well, at least I can string more than two words together logically," Mr Fabricant replied.

But several Twitter users defended Ms Abbott.
"That's true, she received a Cambridge degree despite not being able to string two words together," remarked Russell Horton.

"I'm not sure you should be lecturing anyone about coherence after this morning's performance," Richard Emmins said.

"She was able to weave more than two words together coherently in the tweet you're responding to," wrote Andrew.

Following new disclosures regarding purported "parties" staged in Downing Street during lockdown, Mr Fabricant defended Prime Minister Boris Johnson on GB News.

The Lichfield MP told political journalist Tom Harwood that Downing Street's "context" differs from other UK workplaces.

stated he "Boris's vulnerability is commitment to his employees and friends.

"Look, these people are crammed into tight, stuffy offices - some of them are very little - and if they had a drinks party, which I believe they did, they moved it out into the garden.

"The same key workers - remember they were identified as key workers, which has legal meaning, and I know Sue Gray would look into this - walked into the garden for drinks.

"From an epidemiological standpoint, they're less likely to spread the disease than they were during those 18 hours in the offices together."

“It is not for me to determine whether it was lawful or not.”

He told BBC News that Mr Johnson threw the celebration for his employees.

To put it simply, Boris and others felt sorry for individuals who worked long hours and were simply flowing out of their offices into a protected garden, which is part of No. 10 Downing Street.

“And what? The Prime Minister who cares about his workers and all those hardworking people is preferable to a cold fish who doesn't.”

This occurred after more allegations regarding purported lockdown parties at Downing Street.

It was revealed yesterday that Downing Street personnel were invited to a drinks function in the Number 10 garden in May 2020 to "enjoy the great weather".

As shown in an email, Mr Johnson's Principal Private Secretary Martin Reynolds told over 100 Number 10 staff to "bring your own wine".

According to ITV News, Mr Johnson and his wife Carrie Johnson ate picnic food and drank beer in the lawn.

Earlier today, Ms Abbott tweeted about the purported party: "Another lockdown Downing Street party.

"How long can Boris keep lying about these parties?"

For all of Boris' parties at Downing Street, she might have borrowed a sound system from him.