TEAM names from the controversial Downing Street quiz of December 2020 have been revealed - with some competitors calling themselves "Better Together".

The Mirror released further details about the Christmas quiz on Tuesday night, reporting that attendees were told to leave by the back door and listing the teams involved in the event.

One team appears to have named themselves after the 2014 campaign against Scottish independence.

It is currently not clear who was part of the team, and there is no indication that the contestants were affiliated with Better Together in any way.

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Among the other team names at the party are "Beaver Fever”, “The Money Gang” and “Santa’s Ho, Ho, Hos”.

The quiz on December 15 – which the Prime Minister helped to host – had been held virtually, but with many taking part from the office, the Mirror reported.

No 10 previously said that Downing Street staff were “often required to be in the office to work on the pandemic response” during the various lockdowns.

And therefore “those who were in the office for work may have attended virtually from their desks”.

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But the Mirror said a message sent by No 10’s head of HR on the night advised that those who had stayed behind to take part “go out the back” when they left.

A Government spokesperson said: “Given there is an ongoing review, it would be inappropriate to comment while that is ongoing.”

An image published by the Sunday Mirror showed the Prime Minister flanked by colleagues, one draped in tinsel and another wearing a Santa hat, in the No 10 library.

The newspaper quoted a source who said many staff were huddled by computers in their Downing Street offices, conferring on questions and drinking alcohol while the quiz was taking place.

Tier 2 restrictions in London on December 15 said there could be no mixing of households indoors, apart from support bubbles, and a maximum of six people outside.

It comes as the former Conservative mayoral hopeful Shaun Bailey quit as chair of the London Assembly’s Police and Crime Committee on Tuesday.

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His resignation as chair of the committee came shortly before The Mirror published a photograph of him and other staff at a party in Conservative headquarters.

The image showed 24 people with drinks, and buffet food laid out.

The Tories previously admitted the party had taken place on December 14, when London was in Tier 2 restrictions, and said that staff had been disciplined.

And the GLA Conservatives confirmed on Tuesday that Mr Bailey had stepped back from the role.

In a statement, they said: “Shaun Bailey AM has today stood aside as chairman of the London Assembly’s Police and Crime Committee.

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“He does not want an unauthorised social gathering involving some former members of the London mayoral campaign team last December to distract from the committee’s important work holding the Mayor of London to account.

He will continue to speak up for Londoners who no longer feel safe in our city and push for a strategy to tackle the disproportionate level of crime in London’s black community.”

A Tory spokesperson previously said: “Senior CCHQ (Conservative Campaign Headquarters) staff became aware of an unauthorised social gathering in the basement of Matthew Parker Street organised by the Bailey campaign on the evening of December 14.

“Formal disciplinary action was taken against the four CCHQ staff who were seconded to the Bailey campaign.”