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A senior civil servant who was in charge of ethics at Whitehall is among those fined by police in connection with the Partygate scandal.

Helen MacNamara, was handed a £50 fine on Friday after police investigators found she had breached Covid laws by attending a ‘raucous’ lockdown karaoke party where there was a drunken brawl.

According to the Sunday Telegraph, the party had been arranged to say farewell to popular Downing Street aide Hannah Young who was moving to New York to join the staff at the British Consulate General.

Pictured: Helen MacNamara, a senior civil servant who was at one time in charge of ethics at Whitehall, is among those fined by police in connection with the Partygate scandal

Pictured: Helen MacNamara, a senior civil servant who was at one time in charge of ethics at Whitehall, is among those fined by police in connection with the Partygate scandal

Pictured: Helen MacNamara, a senior civil servant who was at one time in charge of ethics at Whitehall, is among those fined by police in connection with the Partygate scandal

The newspaper reports that fines have been issued to other attendees of the party which was held in April last year, on the even of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.

At the time the event was going on, the British public were banned from gathering indoors and from singing in public.

The Sunday Telegraph reports that the party took place in the Cabinet Secretary’s office at 70 Whitehall because it was big enough and had two rooms. 

Source: Daily Mail

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