Boris Johnson is set to face questions and criticisms during Prime Minister's Questions today (Wednesday, May 25) as Sue Gray hands in her report on the partygate scandal.

Ms Gray is expected to be highly critical of the culture in No 10 which led to the repeated violations of Covid restrictions over the course of 2020 and 2021.

The report is also expected to criticise Cabinet Secretary Simon Case, but he has made clear he will not be resigning and the Prime Minister will not sack him.

Following his receipt of her report – which he has pledged to publish in full – Mr Johnson will make a statement to MPs in the Commons.

Later on Wednesday, he will stage a press conference in Downing Street and address the 1922 Committee of backbench Tory MPs who will have to decide whether the findings are sufficiently serious to warrant a push to oust him.

Denbighshire Free Press: Sue Gray will hand in her report on partygate today (PA)Sue Gray will hand in her report on partygate today (PA)

Ms Gray’s report will give the clearest picture so far of events which led to widespread public anger, including the names of some of those who attended gatherings.

Officials impacted by the inquiry, including those to be named, were written to ahead of its publication, allowing them to have a chance to respond before it was finalised.

When is PMQs today?

Prime Minister's Questions will take place at 12pm today and are expected to last for around 40 minutes or so.

How to watch PMQs today?

People will be able to watch the event live on the Commons section of the Parliament TV website, which can be found here.