Boris Johnson is evaluating new Covid measures for football and other sporting events.

A underfire Prime Minister is now considering new rules for stopping the coronavirus current wave.

Yesterday’s long Cabinet meeting was void of any decisions. This angered the hospitality industry, which has seen cancellations but receives no support from government.

To try to curb the coronavirus epidemic, Wales today announced that it would hold all of its sporting events behind closed doors starting on Boxing Day.

It will not be popular with the fans if Johnson decides to follow them.

People who are able to afford tickets to their favorite team’s game will feel disappointed that the festive match is being closed.

After the row at No10 Christmas, sporting fans let Prime Minister Know in a string of songs what their opinions were.

At the 2022 World Darts Championship, packed Alexandra Palace in north London’s on Monday evening, you could hear fans singing unison “Stand Up If You Hate Boris”.

One fan was seen holding a sign that read “all around to Boris’s After” referring to the ongoing Christmas party row.

Meanwhile, at the Premier League clash between Leeds United and Arsenal on Saturday, the stands were full of fans singing ‘Boris Johnson is a c**t’ repeatedly in videos shared across social media. 

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has some decisions to make about the coronavirus surge

Boris Johnson is the Prime Minister and has to take some actions regarding the coronavirus spike

Fans could be heard chanting the anti-Boris song at Alexandra Palace on Monday (pictured)

On Monday, Alexandra Palace was filled with anti-Boris chanting (photo).

All sports events will now be kept behind closed doors starting on Boxing Day by the Welsh Government.

Vaughan Gething, Economy Minister, announced new measures to encourage indoor and outdoor sports events as a way of slowing the Omicron variant’s spread.

Gething explained that “Sporting events during the Christmas period are one the major highlights of this year.” However, Omicron’s new variant may cause many infections.

“We have to do our best to stop the spread and protection of people’s lives from this horrible virus.”

“Throughout the pandemics, we have followed both scientific and public-health advice to ensure that people are safe. It is obvious that we must act immediately in order to counter the Omicron threat. These decisions are being made public as soon as possible.

Crowds will soon return. Everybody should have the opportunity to play their preferred sports.

The Welsh Grand National at Chepstow, despite the fact that advance tickets have been sold for more than 6,000, will be held behind closed doors.

Cardiff City’s Championship fixture against Coventry has been postponed already due to an outbreak of coronavirus in Bluebirds camp.

The Championship fixture between Swansea and Luton will be the first to be affected by EFL. It is scheduled for December 29.    

Fans at the World Darts Championship held in London on Monday night could be heard singing 'Stan up if you hate Boris' in unison days after football fans were heard chanting expletives

After football fans’ exaggerated chanting, the World Darts Championship was attended by London’s crowd on Monday night.

What is football without its fans? The fixtures that might be affected by the rules 

December 26,

Liverpool – Leeds

Wolverhampton – Watford

Burnley – Everton

Manchester City – Leicester

Norwich – Arsenal

Tottenham – Crystal Palace

West Ham – Southampton

Aston Villa – Chelsea

Brighton – Brentford 

December 27

Newcastle United vs Manchester United

December 28,

Arsenal – Wolverhampton

Crystal Palace – Norwich

Southampton – Tottenham

Watford – West Ham

Leeds – Aston Villa

Leicester – Liverpool

December 29

Chelsea – Brighton

Brentford – Manchester City

December 30,

Everton – Newcastle

Manchester United – Burnley

Current anti-Boris sentiments reflect the increasing pressure placed on the Prime Minister by a number of recent scandals.

A leaked picture shows Carrie, the Prime Minister’s wife, at a table with only two other people. Meanwhile 13 of his colleagues were drinking on the grass. This is just the latest problem facing the government.

Only two individuals were permitted to meet outside, while the rest of society was socially distant.

Downing Street did not apologize for the incident, but instead insisted it was not an event of the social kind. Staff were also working in the gardens in the afternoons and evenings.

The pictured persons include some of Johnson’s most important team members, such as Martin Reynolds (principal private secretary), Matt Hancock (ex-health secretary), and Dominic Cummings.

This is just the latest episode in a row about partying at No 10. Downing Street was accused of hosting four parties last year that violated Covid restrictions.

After it became clear that Mr Johnson knew of and was able to speak at a quiz being held in his department, Johnson ordered a civil service inquiry.

After Lord Frost, his Brexit Minister and ally who abruptly resigned on Sunday, the Prime Minister was dealt a second blow. He slashed Covid taxes and curbs.

Downing Street has now been accused of holding five parties over lockdown, including a quiz attended by dozens of staff and which the Prime Minister helped to host on December 15 – three days before another Christmas party which is being investigated.

Previous to the lockdowns No10 insisted that Downing Street was ‘often required’ to be present in the office during pandemic responses. Therefore, ‘those in the office for work might have been able to attend virtually from their desks. 

The Mirror reported that a message from No10’s Head of HR advised those who stayed behind to participate in the quiz that they should ‘go out of the back’ once they leave.

Johnson promised that an investigation would be launched to look into the accusations. After it was revealed that Simon Case, Cabinet Secretary to the President of the Inquiry into several alleged gatherings was unable to lead the investigation due Friday’s conclusion of an inquiry.

MailOnline knows that one event took place on December 17. Last year. A mail titled Christmas Quiz was sent out to 15 people at Mr Case’s Private Office.

Whitehall heavy hitter Sue Gray is now in place. She will be conducting inquiries into three possible gatherings at Downing Street, the Department for Education and in December of last year when indoor mixing was prohibited.

According to the terms of Mr Case’s then-current investigation, it was possible for it to be extended to cover any pertinent allegations.

This scandal was blamed for last Thursday’s disastrous Tories loss in North Shropshire. 

The Conservatives suffered a humiliating defeat in the North Shropshire by-election caused by the resignation of Owen Paterson amid the lobbying scandal and were beaten by the Lib Dems

Conservatives lost a shocking defeat in North Shropshire By-election because Owen Paterson resigned amid the lobbying scandal. The Lib Dems defeated them 

Johnson, who was visiting his Uxbridge constituent today, stated that people are more interested than ever in matters like coronavirus. Johnson also suggested that media reports on lockdown-busting parties were what had led to the Tories losing the North Shropshire election.

According to him, broadcasters have heard a constant stream of news about politics and politicians that doesn’t concern them.  

The Lib Dems won by almost 6,000 votes with a 34 point swing. This wiped Owen Paterson’s 23,000 lead at the 2019 elections.

The stunning turnaround came despite the Tories fielding a candidate, Neil Shastri-Hurst, with good credentials who was regarded as having performed respectably. 

The Lib Dems elected Helen Morgan to represent a hostile Remainer in a seat where many people voted for Brexit in 2016.

The reason for the by election was not ideal. It had been caused by Owen Paterson’s resignation after Boris Johnson attempted to rescue him from jail for lobbying.

Earlier this month, the Conservatives were fined £17,800 over a controversial donation which helped cover the lavish refurbishments to the Prime Minister’s Downing Street flat. 

What number of parties did the government hold last year? When was it done? 


No10 garden drinks – May 15: The Prime Minister and his wife – apparently holding their newborn baby, Wilf – were seen sitting at a table with two people while another 13 were pictured with bottles of alcohol nearby at a table and on the lawn on Friday May 15, 2020. 

Dom’s Gone bash: November 13th Dominic Cummings claims that the PM hosted a party at his grace and favour flat on the 13th of November last year. This was the same day as the advisor’s departure from Downing Street. Cummings claimed that there have been other flat parties.    

The Last Day – November 27: The Prime Minister reportedly gave a speech at a packed Number 10 leaving do for a ‘senior aide’. According to sources, there were reportedly 40-50 people present.

Christmas party on December 18 Downing Street staff are reported to have hosted a Christmas party. Reports claim that many people were there in festive jumpers, exchanging Secret Santa gifts, and some even wore festive sweaters. London had been put into Tier 3 restriction on 16 December. These restrictions, which prohibited people living in different houses from mixing inside each other’s homes, were the strongest level of restraints on freedom at that time. Boris Johnson was not present at the event, according to Downing Street.  

Quiz night – DecemberSources have told BBC the BBC that Number 10 employees were invited to a special Christmas quiz. Everybody was invited to participate and form teams. Sources claim that some attended via Zoom, but other people were present in person. Downing Street insists that the quiz was “virtual”. 


December 10 Gavin Williamson (then education secretary) hosted a Department for Education party for “up to 24 persons” on December 10. This gathering included food and drinks. The department has admitted the event happened.  

December 14,Around 25 people met in the basement office of the Matthew Parker St offices for the Conservative party. The Times last night reported that Conservative campaign staff hosted an event for Shaun Bailey (the party’s failed candidate for Mayor of London)