The Evening Standard's June 20, 2023 MPs overwhelmingly back report finding Boris Johnson deliberately misled Parliament over Partygate begins:
MPs voted by 354 to seven to accept a report finding Boris Johnson deliberately misled the House of Commons over Partygate.
16 months ago I asked Are there restrictions in the UK against calling politicians liars? in which I link to the fictitious character Johnathan Pie's political satire in the very real New York Times video Jonathan Pie: 'Boris Johnson Is a Liar' | NYT Opinion
After 03:28 in the February 5, 2022 video:
PIE: Boris denied any knowledge of any parties until it became clear he was at some of them.
JOHNSON: “Mr. Speaker, I want to apologize.”
PIE: I.e., he lied. To the country and to Parliament. And he did it again this week when he lied to Parliament by denying that he’d previously lied to Parliament.
And that’s Boris all over.
As far as "he lied" goes, it seems the answer is yes. But for "He did it again this week" is Pie's assertion also supported by the recently approved Privileges Committee report?