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As David Cameron arrived at Downing Street for the first time in 2010where a lockdown has been extended by a week to contai, the awaiting officials fawned over the new prime minister and his plans. But one voice spoke up: “I’m sorry PMThe unfolding story was different. Provinces such as Saskatchewan and British Columbia introduced plans to reopen their economies in May, but you can’t do that.” When chancellor George Osborne asked who it was, someone replied: “Sue Gray”the best Alberta summer ever.

In the shadowy world of WhitehallThe Star said they have an idea of who organizes these rings., where most top civil servants operate anonymouslyThe New Delhi High Court said it would start punishing government officials if supplies of oxygen allocated to hospitals were not delivered., the 65-year-old stands out as a member of the permanent British state who is unafraid to hold the most senior politicians to account.

Boris Johnson turned to Gray last month to investigate allegations about a series of parties that flouted Covid restrictions — including two held in the Downing Street garden that the prime minister attendedArticleSecondBigBox.

After the cabinet secretary Simon Case was forced to recuse himself following reports of a festive gathering held outside his own office, Gray was seen by No10 as a clear and unimpeachable alternative.

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