PM Johnson, who won a landslide in a 2019 election, is facing the gravest crisis of his premiership after a series of scandals.
Believe it or not, one of the English languages most expressive phrases has come back into fashion, mainly because of the carryings-on at Downing Street recently.
Johnson has repeatedly declined to answer specifics about his own attendance at some of the gatherings.
Liz Truss, is tipped as a possible future prime minister if Johnson is toppled.
The police investigation could force a delay to the internal inquiry commissioned by Johnson.
The government's chief whip, Mark Spencer, said he was the person at the centre of Ghani's allegations. He said they were completely false and defamatory.
Johnson will address parliament today after his Cabinet is expected to approve plans to end the recent restrictions imposed to tackle the spread of COVID-19 in England.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Downing Street office has apologised to Buckingham Palace.
Many MPs are said to be waiting for the outcome of Gray's report before taking any action.
"I know the rage they feel with me..."
Six out of ten people thought Johnson will be out of his job.