"Boris Johnson is preparing to publish "sensational" evidence, which, in his opinion, justifies him in the case of parties," RIA Novosti quoted the statement as saying.

According to the interlocutors of The Telegraph, among the evidence are messages from advisers to the former Prime Minister of Britain, which said that anti-Covid rules were not violated during the events.

"The fact is that he told parliament what he thought was true at the time. There is documentary evidence that will show that he was advised to say what he said," one of the sources said.

In 2022, more than 30 people left the UK government per day amid a scandal in the Cabinet, which was headed at that time by Boris Johnson.

Read more in the RT material.