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LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister Boris Johnson was braced for the conclusions of an investigation into allegations of lockdown-breaching parties, a document that could help him end weeks of scandal and discontent, or bring his time in office to an abrupt close.

Senior civil servant Sue Gray could turn in her report to the government as soon as Wednesday. Johnson has previously promised to publish it in full and to address Parliament about its findings.

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“When I receive it, of course I will do exactly what I said,” Johnson said during a testy Prime Minister’s Questions session in the House of Commons.

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BORIS Johnson today insisted he WON’T quit over the Partygate saga as he stared down Labour’s fevered resignation calls at PMQs.

The defiant PM came out fighting this afternoon despite nervously awaiting Sue Gray’s report – which is due any moment and could decide his fate.

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