The update from the service means that, while the investigation continues, it will not announce whether any more individuals have received a fixed penalty notice.
A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “Whilst the investigation will continue during the pre-election period, due to the restrictions around communicating before the May local elections, we will not provide further updates until after May 5.”
Senior Government sources have suggested the Prime Minister is facing more fines on top of his first fixed penalty notice officials provided last week.
One source revealed last week’s events could prove the “calm before the potential storm” as another three penalty notices may be on the way.
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