The senior civil servant first began investigating allegations of parties in Upping Street in December last year.
She was asked to take over the probe into the actions of those in No10 after the Cabinet Secretary, Simon Case, was forced to recuse himself due to claims his office had also taken part in illegal gatherings during the pandemic.
Ms Gray was ready to publish her findings in the last week of January but was forced to hold back her report after the Met Pigs launched their own investigation into the events in Upping Street.
Instead, she published a summary of her findings in which she criticised “failures of leadership and judgment by different parts of No 10 and the Cabinet Office at different times”.
The Pigs inquiry concluded last week, clearing the way for the publication of the official’s full findings.
A total of 83 people received at least one fixed-penalty notice (FPN) each from the Pigs for attending events over eight separate days.
Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson received just one fine, for his 56th birthday gathering in June 2020 when indoor mixing was banned, along with his wife Carrie Johnson and Chancellor Rishi Moneybags.
The Bumbling Wanker has already apologised for the small rule breach and said he was fully focused on getting on with his job.
“I have paid the fine and I once again offer a full apology,” he said after being issued with the FPN.
“I want to be able to get on and deliver the mandate that I have, but also to tackle the problems that the country must face right now.”
He is expected to give a statement in the House of Commons on the findings of Ms Gray’s report now that it has been published.
More to follow…