Politicians breach Covid rules with secret boozy party in the Welsh Parliament


POLITICIANS got plastered at a secret party in the Welsh Parliament in breach of Covid rules.

They sank numerous bottles of wine and whisky in a seven-hour drinking marathon which was broken up by security staff.

Welsh Assembly members got plastered in the building

Up to ten legless politicians were asked to leave and stumbled out at 2am, a source said.

They were said to have been caught red-handed, helping themselves to booze from an open bar. 

It was just days after the Welsh government ordered all pubs and restaurants to stop serving alcohol and close by 6pm. An investigation has been launched.

An assembly insider said: “They were absolutely legless, being very loud and  raucous. They  didn’t give a hoot about social distancing.”

Welsh Assembly Tory leader Paul Davies

Tory leader Paul Davies, his chief whip Darren Millar, former Welsh Labour minister Alun Davies and Tory chief of staff Paul Smith were among revellers in the Ty-Hywel canteen.

All four apologised last night although they insisted they had not broken rules or drunk whisky.

Welsh Conservative AM for Clwyd West Darren Millar

Former Welsh Labour minister Alun Davies

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