BORIS Johnson is braced for a second Partygate fine for attending a bring your own booze bash in the No10 garden.
Last night Downing Street said Mr Johnson had not yet received a fine.
The notorious BYOB bash was thrown by top civil servant Martin Reynolds – dubbed ‘Party Marty’ – on May 20, 2020.
He sent an email to over 100 Downing Street staff inviting them to “socially distanced drinks” to “make the most of the lovely weather”.
His email added: “Bring your own booze!” England was in strict lockdown at the time and it was illegal to meet more than one person outdoors.
Boris has previously apologised for attending the party, which he insisted he thought was a “work event”.
He was there for around 25 minutes.
Speaking to Parliament in January, he grovelled: “With hindsight, I should have sent everyone back inside and found some other way to thank them.”
But a growing number of Tory MPs are calling for Boris to quit over the scandal.
Tobias Ellwood said: “It’s now when not if a vote of confidence takes place”.
Tory peer Lord Robert Hayward said Mr Johnson faces “death by a thousand cuts”.
A senior Tory told The Sun they expect a leadership challenge to be mounted after the local elections next month.
“Things could move very quickly”, he said.
“Especially if he gets stung with more fines.”