Boris Johnson, the former prime minister of the United Kingdom, has recently found himself embroiled in a scandal over misleading statements he made to Parliament regarding government parties during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of the investigation into his conduct, Johnson has resigned as a lawmaker, adding a new chapter to an already controversial political career.

Johnson has long been a divisive political figure in the UK. Before being elected as prime minister in 2019, he was known for his controversial statements and tumultuous personal life. However, his tenure as prime minister was marked by a series of controversies over his handling of Brexit and the pandemic.

The investigation into Johnson's conduct centered around a series of parties that were allegedly held by government officials in violation of COVID-19 restrictions. Johnson had previously denied knowledge of the parties, but evidence surfaced indicating that he may have been aware of the events. When questioned about his knowledge of the parties in Parliament, Johnson gave misleading statements that led to the investigation.

Following the investigation, Johnson resigned as a lawmaker in what many viewed as a move to avoid further scrutiny and potential consequences for his actions. Johnson's resignation was met with mixed reactions, with some applauding his decision to take responsibility for his actions, while others criticized