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One million Britons sign up for Christmas Rave in Downing Street

The British have responded to the government’s alleged lockdown hypocrisy revealed in recent days in their own way, with more than a million people now responding to an invitation for a Christmas rave at the Prime Minister’s official residence in the 10 Downing Street.

The revelations of an alleged anti-lockdown Christmas party believed to have taken place at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Downing Street in December 2020 that emerged this week sparked a satirical response, with one DJ promoting another party – much bigger – at the same time taking place.

The Christmas rave is hosted by Scottish house DJ Jon Mancini. Mancini has been described as “Scotland’s best known house DJ”, and has over thirty years of experience in the industry.

A spokesperson for Metropolitan, contacted by Breitbart about the event, said: “This is a Facebook event page and at this point nothing more.” They declined to comment further.

The tongue-in-cheek invitation to the Downing Street party proclaims:

No social distancing required.
Bring whoever you like.
Bring your own finger food and drink

While Downing Street officially denies that there was a party, several sources subsequently confirmed to the press that a party had indeed taken place. To further complicate matters for Prime Minister Johnson, a video was leaked which showed senior Downing Street executives joking about the hosting of a party, which was reportedly filmed in December.

Boris’ senior adviser Allegra Stratton, who was at the center of the leaked video, resigned her post in a tearful statement given on Wednesday afternoon. When questioned, Mrs Stratton did not deny that the party had taken place.

The event – if it actually took place – would be classified as illegal if the organizers did not get permission from Westminster Council. Theoretically, this could be classified as a protest and exempted from these rules, which some protest groups have already done successfully.

Nonetheless, new government lockdown rules announced this week require all sites that can accommodate more than 10,000 people under any circumstance to check vaccine passports, proving customers are on a double-edged sword.

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