Looks to me as if the MET are questioning the PM for breaking the Covid rules last year.
His luck is over. I think the video last night has put the final nail in the coffin for Johnson. Maybe not today, but this story isn't over and the leader of the Scottish Tories (and former) are saying if he is caught lying he has to go and their voice has weight against it. I would also expect that oponion is the same thing being said amongst the back benchers. Because make no mistake here, there was a party and the rhetoric now is not of denial but lack of information on the subject. As if Johnson doesn't know what is happening in his house of residence. Problem is, not that he was lying in this PM questions (I expect he still was), but he lied in the last PM questions by saying this party was within the rules. No party could be. So that alone is against the Ministerial Code. But he will hang in for as long as possible, which to be fair to Hancocks even he didn't do.
As for the enquiry on what happened, well it seems the Chair of the Tory Party who will lead the investigation may have been in attendance. Which means the investigator may well be investigating the perpetrator. You cannot make that kind of shit up. But I guess we will have to have someone as a scape goat. The question is, what will that goat say once they are set free?