The full report of a senior civil servant on lockdown gatherings in and around Downing Street was published.
Sue Gray examined 16 events, among which the police discovered multiple violations of Covid rules during a pandemic.
Her report criticizes Downing Street's culture and leadership.
It also includes photos of gatherings as well as the names of some attendees.
We will now look at the main points in the 48-page report.
Ms Gray summarizes the Covid regulations applicable at the time for each event and details what happened and who was there. Here are her thoughts on some gatherings:
15 May 2020: A gathering at the Downing Street Garden
20 May 2020: A gathering at the Downing Street Garden
19 June 2020: A celebration in the Cabinet Room to celebrate the birthday of the PM
13 November 2020: A celebration in Downing Street to mark departure of a special advisor
16 April 2021: Two events in Downing Street will mark the departures from No. 10 officials
The report includes nine photos taken inside Downing Street. These photos show:
Ms Gray's critique is focused on the context of the parties and her conclusions about how they were allowed at the heart of government during a pandemic.
Culture at work
In Ms Gray's initial report no one was identified, which was released just as the Met began to investigate the events.
After the investigation by the police force is over, Ms Gray named several ministers and senior officials in her final report. These include: