GLASWEGIANS have called for the Prime Minister to resign after allegations emerged he attended a lockdown party during the height of the pandemic. 

It is alleged that more than 100 Downing Street staff were invited to a boozy gathering in the No 10 garden on May 25, 2020.

While strict Covid restrictions meant people could only meet in groups of two outdoors, a leaked email shows one of Boris Johnson's top officials urging invitees to "bring your own booze". 

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The email reads: “Hi all. After what has been an incredibly busy period it would be nice to make the most of the lovely weather and have some socially distanced drinks in the No 10 garden this evening. Please join us from 6pm and bring your own booze!”

Boris Johnson is believed to have attended the event with Carrie Johnson, then his fiancee.

The Glasgow Times understands that the Metropolitan Police are “in contact” with the Cabinet Office relating to alleged breaches.

The news has sparked fury among locals in Glasgow, who have called for Johnson to step down. 

On Twitter, one person said: "He should be immediately removed from office along with the entire party. He should be charged and jailed for lies, extortion, perverting the course of justice."

Alan Stewart: "In the name of God, go!"

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Lydia MacKinnon wrote: "Everyone who attended should resign and pay the money that other people who were caught having parties were ordered to pay.

"Bojo is not fit to run anything, never mind a country.

"The whole Government is a joke."

Jock T Malone added: "They’re all at it, some try very hard to avoid exposing what they’ve done."

Robert Macleod wrote bluntly: "Resign."

"Go!", wrote Glasgow Labour leader Malcolm Cunning. 

It is believed that around 30 to 40 staff attended the garden party. 

Meanwhile, Johnson did not turn up in the House of Commons to answer an Urgent Question on whether he attended the party this afternoon. 

Paymaster General, Michael Ellis, was sent to answer the question instead.

Ellis confirmed there was an investigation underway with its findings to be reported in due course.

The Glasgow Times has approached the UK Government for comment.