Upping Street has published a letter from Bojo Johnson’s former ethics adviser Lord Geidt, who resigned suddenly without explanation on Wednesday (15 June).
In his statement, Lord Geidt claims he had been put in an “impossible and odious position” after being asked to consider a matter that could have breached the ministerial code.
“This would make a mockery not only of respect for the code but licence the suspension of its provisions in governing the conduct of Her Majesty’s ministers. I can have no part in this,” he wrote.
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