It’s thought that many of the letters have been despatched out on Thursday, because the Metropolitan Police concluded its investigation into lockdown breaches in Downing Road and throughout Whitehall.
Mr Johnson is about to be amongst these approached by the Cupboard Workplace staff however No 10 had no replace as as to whether he had acquired a letter on Friday night.
Not everybody contacted will essentially be named or recognized by another means within the report – it could merely be that their actions are referenced as a result of they’re pertinent to the narrative of a specific occasion.
The investigators are understood to not be together with the complete particulars of the contents within the letters however as a substitute are giving a “gist” of the related sections to these being approached.
Earlier, Mr Johnson insisted he wouldn’t search to dam names showing within the senior civil servant’s report, and stated he was “trying ahead” to seeing its contents “fairly quickly”.
The Prime Minister stated he was “very grateful” for the Met’s investigation, which concluded with 126 fines.
There have been calls for for solutions over how the PM escaped with only one fixed-penalty discover (FPN) regardless of being believed to have been current at a number of rule-breaking occasions.
Probably damaging additional particulars, together with the names of a few of those that attended gatherings, might be revealed within the Grey report.
Sources near the investigation anticipate it is going to be revealed early subsequent week.
Mr Johnson declined to apologise once more for the rule-breaking in No 10 throughout a go to to Hilltop Honey’s manufacturing facility in Newtown in Powys, Wales, on Friday.
Requested if No 10 can be blocking any names from showing within the report, he stated: “That might be fully as much as Sue Grey and I’ll be trying ahead very a lot to seeing what she has to say, and fingers crossed that might be fairly quickly subsequent week.”
I feel with out the police offering an evidence for that it’s very tough for us to grasp why they got here to the conclusions that they did
Officers affected by the Grey inquiry, together with these to be named, are being written to to allow them to have an opportunity to reply earlier than the present draft is finalised for publication.
There have been requires Scotland Yard to clarify how Mr Johnson acquired simply the one superb, for his 56th birthday gathering in June 2020 when indoor mixing was banned.
Former director of public prosecutions Lord Ken Macdonald warned “it’s very tough for us to disentangle precisely how the police investigation has proceeded and the way honest it’s been”.
He informed BBC Radio 4’s Right now programme: “I feel with out the police offering an evidence for that it’s very tough for us to grasp why they got here to the conclusions that they did.”
The crossbench peer stated it was not recognized why the Prime Minister was fined for his presence at what was deemed one of many much less severe occasions however not others.
There has additionally been no rationalization as to why Cupboard Secretary Simon Case, who needed to recuse himself from operating the civil service inquiry after experiences of a Cupboard Workplace Christmas social gathering surfaced, has not been fined.
The Met declined to determine anybody in its £460,000 investigation.
A staff of 12 detectives examined 345 paperwork, together with emails, door logs, diary entries, witness statements and 204 questionnaires.
Additionally they examined 510 images and CCTV pictures.
Mr Johnson, his spouse Carrie Johnson and Chancellor Rishi Sunak have been all fined over the birthday gathering.
However each Johnsons have been informed by police they face no additional motion, in line with Downing Road, and Mr Sunak has not acquired a further superb.
The Met stated 28 people had acquired between two and 5 fines.