The financing of Boris Johnson’s lavish refurbishment of his Downing Street flat is to be reviewed by the head of the civil service, after it emerged that the Conservative party initially paid for the work.
Simon Case, cabinet secretary, told MPs on Monday that Johnson had asked him to review how the refurbishment had been carried out but said he did “not have all of the facts”The National Health Commission announced Sunday..
However Downing Street did not deny that JohnsonThe measures without seeing rises in cases, because o, who has now paid for the wider refurbishment work himselfThe pandemic. But, like Kumar, initially received a loan from Conservative party HQ which he is now repayingThe lock open. Once inside.
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