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Sue Gray has handed her initial report to Boris Johnson.

Sue Gray has handed her initial report to Boris Johnson. Here are her standout findings: ‘Some of the behaviour surrounding these gatherings is difficult to justify.’ ‘There were failures of leadership and judgment by different parts of No 10 and the Cabinet Office at different times.’ ‘The excessive consumption of alcohol is not appropriate in a professional workplace at any time.’ ‘…The [No 10] garden was used for gatherings without clear authorisation or oversight. This was not appropriate.’ ‘Too much responsibility and expectation is placed on the senior official whose principal function is the direct support of the Prime Minister.’ ‘Some staff wanted to raise concerns about behaviours they witnessed at work but at times felt unable to do so.’What do you make of these findings?

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