A FURIOUS daughter has slammed Boris Johnson after her mother died alone in hospital during lockdown when Downing Street staff allegedly attended a garden party.

ITV News reported on Monday that a drinks party in the Number 10 garden was held on May 20, 2020 - when the nation was banned from meeting more than one other person outdoors.

Funerals were also restricted at the time, with immediate family only allowed to attend.

Just two days after the Downing Street party was held, a woman from Bracknell was unable to see her mum in hospital before she died on May 23, 2020.

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The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, spoke to the Bracknell News after Boris Johnson has been accused of being involved in the lockdown party.

She said: "The worst thing is she died alone.

"We never got to see our mum again. At her funeral, only us, daughters and three sons-in-law's were allowed. We also were not allowed near each other. What gives him the right to party while people suffered?"

A week before her mother died, a photo was taken of the prime minister enjoying cheese and wine at a separate alleged Downing Street gathering on May 15, 2020.

She added:  "I've never been a supporter of the Conservative party but stuck up for all the restrictions - but then to find out all this - it makes complete fools out of the people in this country."

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Boris Johnson has faced calls to quit from senior Tories after he apologised for attending a “bring your own booze” gathering in the garden of No 10 during England’s first lockdown.

The Prime Minister insisted he believed it had been a “work event” and Downing Street said he had never been sent an email encouraging staff to bring a bottle and “make the most of the lovely weather”.

In the Commons, Mr Johnson said that he attended the May 20 2020 gathering for around 25 minutes to “thank groups of staff” but “with hindsight I should have sent everyone back inside”.

The Prime Minister acknowledged public anger, saying: “I know the rage they feel with me and with the Government I lead when they think in Downing Street itself the rules are not being properly followed by the people who make the rules.”