Top state leader Boris Johnson has been informed he faces no further activity after police shut their Partygate examination, No 10 says.
Mr Johnson’s significant other, Carrie, will likewise not get a further fine.
They were both fined last month for violating Covid regulations at a birthday celebration for Mr Johnson in Downing Street in June 2020.
Metropolitan Police said the investigation into lockdown breaks in and around Downing Street has now reached a conclusion.
It brought about a sum of 126 fines, known as Fixed Penalty Notices, being given for occasions across eight distinct dates.
28 individuals have been given with more than one fine, the power added.
A timetable of the lockdown parties
The Covid rules when It were held to Down Street parties
The consummation of the police request makes ready for the distribution of the full report by senior government employee Sue Gray into lockdown get-togethers.
The full report is supposed to be distributed one week from now.
The Met said the eight occasions bringing about fines occurred between May 2020 and April 2021, with various Covid rules set up at various times.
Acting Deputy Commissioner Helen Ball said whether an occasion had occurred in “somebody’s house” was an element in choosing whether to give a fine.
The Met said it wouldn’t distinguish any beneficiaries of fines from its examination, which had involved 12 criminal investigators and cost £460,000.
The power added that its examination included looking at 510 photos, as well as CCTV pictures, messages, journal sections and witness explanations.
Police additionally analyzed 204 polls from individuals who were at the occasions. There were no meetings under alert.