A Tory MP has called for the resignation of Boris Johnson following the emergence of more pictures relating to the ‘partygate’ investigation.

The latest images show Boris Johnson raising a glass during a leaving party in Downing Street during coronavirus restrictions have been published.

ITV News obtained four pictures showing the Prime Minister with a glass in his hand as he is stood by a table littered with bottles of wine.

The broadcaster said the pictures were taken at the November 13 2020 leaving party for then-director of communications Lee Cain.

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Following the publication of the most recent pictures, calls from members of the PM’s own party have begun surface.

Veteran Conservative MP Sir Roger Gale told Times Radio: “It’s absolutely clear that there was a party, that he attended it, that he was raising a toast to glass one of his colleagues. And therefore, he misled us from the despatch box. And, honourably, there is one answer.”

The former leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Baroness Davidson, also said it was clear Boris Johnson had lied to Parliament and that his position was untenable.

“There is now photographic evidence that when the Prime Minister stood up in Parliament and was asked directly was there a party in No 10 on this date and he replied ‘no’, he lied to Parliament,” she told Channel 4 News.

“I don’t think his job is tenable and his position is tenable. The office of Prime Minister should be above being traduced by the person who holds it.”

Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross has called on Mr Johnson to explain the pictures, saying: “These images will rightly make people across the country very angry.

“The Prime Minister must outline why he believes this behaviour was acceptable. To most, these pictures seem unjustifiable and wrong.”

The Scottish leader had previously called for the Prime Minister’s resignation when reports surfaced of parties in and around Downing Street during lockdown.