Boris Johnson lookalike makes Christmas party dig at PM with tongue-in-cheek t-shirt

The Mad Friday reveller even donned a blond wig as he hit the town where people still celebrated on the most popular night for Christmas dos, despite soaring omicron rates

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Bad news, folks. The party isn’t over for Boris – judging by this Mad Friday reveller taking a swig and a dig at the PM.

The BoJo lookalike wore a T-shirt inviting people to live it up at No10 as he enjoyed a night out in Manchester.

The party-goer was also seen with cheese and wine.

Mr Johnson has come under increasing fire since the Mirror exclusively revealed a party was held for staff in the run-up to Christmas last year just as the rest of us were told to lockdown.

Polls suggest the PM may now be drinking at the last chance saloon after a crippling by-election loss this week to the Lib Dems.

He has also been accused of muddled messaging over Covid.

The reveller dressed as Boris Johnson


And, despite soaring rates, people still celebrated on the most popular night for Xmas dos. They hit Leeds’ streets and went Santa-mad in Swansea.

At London’s World Darts Championships some went a bit Laa-Laa in Teletubby suits.

This week adults needed to show a vaccine passport with two doses or a negative Covid test to get into some venues including nightclubs but it did not stop people dressing up and heading out.

With just a week to go before Christmas many people went to parties in festive gear while others had drinks with friends.

Two women in Leeds as some partygoers look worse for wear



While there may not have been as many people as normal, there were still a lot out and about.

It comes with advice being for people to “prioritise” certain events and “de-prioritise” others.

The Chief Medical Officer for England, Chris Whitty, pointed out many people are going to be infected with Omicron if they socialise, so there was a choice about how much to do.

A drag artist dances in Wind Street, Swansea, Wales


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“Don’t mix with people you don’t have to for either work or for the sort of family things that really matter to you, would be my general advice,” he said. “But people have to make their own choices”.

He added: “I think what most people are doing, and I would think this seems very sensible, is prioritising the social interactions that really matter to them.

“And, to protect those ones, de-prioritising ones that matter much less to them.

“I think that’s going to become increasingly important as we, for example, go into the Christmas period.”

Spectators in fancy dress during day three of the William Hill World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, Londo



Figures revealed today that 90,418 people have tested positive for Covid in the last 24 hours as Omicron continues to rip through the UK.

Department of Health figures show a further 125 lives have been lost to the virus as the new variant continues its “tidal wave” across the nation.

More than 513,574 infections have been confirmed in the past seven days.

Two women dressed as Father Christmas eat a takeaway


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A total of 900 people have been admitted to hospital and in the last seven days that figure totals 6,056.

In the past week, 787 people have died within 28 days of contracting the virus, with the official Covid death toll now standing at 147,173.

Another 10,059 cases of the Omicron variant have been reported in the UK, taking the total to 24,968.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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