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No 10 defends Boris Johnson’s holiday in Spain amid energy crisis

Spokesperson says it is right for PM to take a break but refuses to confirm how holiday is being funded

No 10 has defended Boris Johnson’s decision to take a holiday in Spain this week during the energy and supply chain crisis, but struggled to explain why all MPs have been given the week off from parliament even though party conference season is over.

The prime minister is staying at a Spanish villa linked to Zac Goldsmith, the wealthy Tory peer and environment minister, who is close friends with Carrie Johnson.

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