A bit of bothersome political expediency for British Prime Minister Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, who made a nice little show of apologizing for throwing maskless drinking parties while at the same time telling others not to see a single person outside their immediate family and forbidding people from seeing family members dying in the hospital. "I must take responsibility," he said. Which means, of course, there will be zero consequences for the far-right American-born British politician.
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