Boris Johnson will face MPs and the press in the wake of the Sue Gray report (Picture: PA)

Boris Johnson’s premiership has been dealt yet another blow with the publication of the long-awaited Sue Gray report – which reveals the full extent of partying in Downing Street during the 2020 lockdowns.

It comes after an investigation from the Metropolitan Police saw Downing Street and Whitehall become the most fined location in the UK – with Boris Johnson becoming the first sitting Prime Minister in history to be found to have broken the law.

He is due to address the report’s findings on Wednesday, facing MPs in the Commons as well as giving a press conference from Downing Street.

When is this likely to take place – and how will you be able to watch it?

When is Boris Johnson’s press conference about the Sue Gray report?

Downing Street has not yet confirmed an exact time for the press conference in the wake of the report.

However it is likely to take place some time on Wednesday afternoon.

It will follow what is likely to be an eventful PMQs, which kicks off in the Commons at Noon.

Later today the Prime Minister will make a statement on the Sue Gray Report. pic.twitter.com/VtnCFHSg9d

— Leader of the House of Commons (@CommonsLeader) May 25, 2022

Mr Johnson will be addressing MPs shortly after PMQs, addressing the findings in the report – as confirmed on Twitter by the Leader of the House Of Commons.

How to watch Boris Johnson’s press conference

Sue Gray’s report has been long-awaited (Picture: PA)

The press conference will be aired live on both Sky News and the BBC News Channel.

If you’re watching online, you’ll be able to access these via Sky News Live’s YouTube feed, or the BBC iPlayer.

You’ll also be able to tune in to PMQs and Boris’ statement via Parliament.tv, which you can view here.

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