Punters to bring suitcase of wine as 128K to party at Boris No 10 leaving do

Thousands of boozy Brits are set to descend on Downing Street in a whopping “leaving party” for Boris Johnson.

The public Facebook event has seen over 128,000 responses with one punter vowing to “bring a suitcase full of wine”.

Although the wounded Prime Minister is currently still in a job after he declared he would ignore mass resignations and demands for him to step down, it hasn’t stopped excited punters planning a party in anticipation of his exit.

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One party-goer joked: “Can we confirm this is a party and not a work meeting?”

Another said they would bring “cheese and wine, just like any usual work event at 10 Downing Street”.

Whilst another chirped: “But how will he actually know it's a party?”

Howie Scarbrough, who set up the event, told the Daily Star it was "a dig at Boris" and he has been "gobsmacked" at the response.

He said: "I like most people have had it up to here with his lying, hypocrisy and total disregard for the rules he impinged upon the rest of us… time and time again he puts his own interest before that of the nation, seemingly with no self accountability.

"I'm gobsmacked by the response to the post though."

The planning for a resignation celebration comes after another day of devastating blows for Boris, with the number of resigned ministers and aides rising to a whopping 42.

It includes key resignations from inside cabinet on Tuesday with key players Rishi Sunak and Sajid David quitting.

The day of chaos also saw Boris sack Michael Gove as Levelling Up, Communities and Housing Secretary in a revenge move for the latter joining senior Tories including Priti Patel and Nadhim Zahawi in telling him to resign.

But although the Tory leader remains in charge of the UK, thousands are still demanding he leave and the interest in the event – dubbed “Boris Johnson’s leaving party/ work event” – has skyrocketed.

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Buzzing Brits have used it as an excuse to poke fun at the Prime Minister after he infamously lied about parties taking place in No 10 throughout lockdown.

Another one of the hundreds of commenters wrote: “I will be there but I won't remember anything about it and when I do recall, no one told me about it.”

With another added: “Maybe we’ll get to watch him being dragged out at this point.”

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