Christmas Confusion: Carry On Partying No10 Says After Ministers' Muddled Advice

  Downing Street told the public not to cancel their Christmas parties after a number of ministers gave muddled advice.  The prime minister’s official spokesman insisted that this year’s celebrations are down to “individual judgement”. It comes after ministers threw government messaging into chaos by giving different advice on how to socialise this Christmas.  This morning science minister George Freeman revealed he had cancelled his work Christmas party and they would instead be marking the festive season via Zoom. Asked why government departments were cancelling their Christmas parties, the PM’s spokesman said: “The prime minister has been very clear on this. And on Christmas parties, we don’t want people to cancel such events.  “There is no government guidance to that end. It is right that post step four, we return to the position where people can use individual judgement.” Asked if No10 was having a Christmas party, he replied: “I think as you know there was an event for switching on .. Full story on 

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