No 10 apologises to Queen over lockdown parties on eve of Prince Philip’s funeral

This is not so much party politics but the politics of parties as Downing Street was forced to apologise to Buckingham Palace for the two parties held at Number 10 on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral – saying it was "deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning".

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Since then the apologies have come thick and fast: one from PM’s former communications chief James Slack over his leaving do. He now works at the Sun newspaper. While Kate Josephs – who was head of the government’s Covid taskforce – said she was "truly sorry" for drinks held in December 2020.

No word yet from Mr Johnson himself, who is supposed to be self-isolating from a family case of Covid in his Downing Street flat.

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COVID-19: PM apologises after admitting he attended Downing Street garden party

Boris Johnson has apologised after admitting that he attended a Downing Street garden drinks party during the first lockdown.

Addressing the Commons under intense pressure from MPs, the Prime Minister said ‘I want to apologise’, adding he ‘must take responsibility’ for events that took place.

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PM apologises over text messages in Downing Street flat revamp probe

Boris Johnson has been severely criticised by his own adviser on ministerial interests for not revealing an exchange of messages with the Tory donor who at the time was paying for the redecoration of his Downing Street flat.

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Lord Geidt wrote to the prime minister to express his "grave concern" at the "failure" to give him the WhatsApp messages when he was investigating how the refurbishment was paid for last year.

Boris Johnson has made a "humble and sincere apology", claiming he had "not recalled" the messages which were stored on an old phone.

We were due to speak to a cabinet minister today on a different story but just before Lord Geidt’s letter was released the interview was suddenly cancelled. Nobody from the government has been available since.

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BREAKING: PM ‘apologises’ for not disclosing refurbishment messages

Boris Johnson has offered a ‘humble and sincere apology’ over failure to disclose messages with a Tory donor relating to his No 10 flat refurbishment.

Three letters have been released showing WhatsApp messages between the Prime Minister and Lord Brownlow, asking his decorator to speak with him directly to settle the £112,000 bill.

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Intel apologises after facing backlash from China over Xinjiang statement

Intel has apologised to Chinese customers, partners and the public, after facing a backlash over comments it made about Xinjiang. The US chip maker had published a letter telling its suppliers not to source products or labour from the region. Beijing has said the accusations of forced labour in Xinjiang are "lies concocted" by America aimed at destabilising China and hindering its development. In its apology, Intel said it is committed to becoming a trusted technology partner and accelerating joint development with China, where it employs more than 10,000 people.

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Prime Minister apologises and promises investigation into ‘Christmas party’

Boris Johnson said he understood the anger people felt at seeing Number 10 staff appearing to make light of coronavirus restrictions.

The Prime Minister is facing allegations that his office held a Christmas party last year when restrictions were in full effect – a party he says never took place.

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DBS CEO apologises for recent disruption to digital banking services

Singapore’s leading consumer bank DBS has said it is reviewing its processes after last week’s disruption to its digital banking services. CEO Piyush Gupta has also apologised to customers for what he describes as a "degradation" in their access control server, which left users locked out of their bank accounts for two days.

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DBS says digital services back to normal, apologises for ‘unacceptable’ two-day disruption

Digital services at Singapore’s largest bank have returned to normal after two days of outage. DBS has reassured customers that systems remain secure and were not the target of a cyberattack. The bank has also apologised, calling it "unacceptable" that access was disrupted for an extended period of time. DBS had earlier identified the disruption as a problem with its access control servers. It added that it is reviewing the events of the week and will take steps to prevent future recurrences.

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BREAKING: Azeem Rafiq apologises for making antisemitic comments in 2011

Azeem Rafiq has apologised for making antisemitic remarks in 2011 in a message posted on social media.

The former cricketer, who has been at the centre of revealing the recent racism scandal which has sent shockwaves through the game, posted a statement on Twitter.

He said he was "ashamed" of remarks he made when he was 19 years old and apologised to the Jewish community.

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BREAKING: Met Police apologises for failings over murdered sisters

Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has apologised for failings over missing persons reports on Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry.

The pair were stabbed to death in June last year.

A report by the the Independent Office for Police Conduct found that the level of services provided over the weekend when they went missing fell below standards.

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