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Boris Johnson ‘to be cleared of breaking ministerial code’ over No 10 refurb

Ethics adviser Lord Geidt will criticise prime minister but not rule he misled donations inquiry, say reports

Boris Johnson is reportedly due to be cleared of breaking the ministerial code over payments for his Downing Street flat refurbishment after an independent adviser looked into whether he had been misled during an initial investigation.

Lord Geidt led an inquiry that cleared the prime minister of wrongdoing in May, but is understood to have looked into a discrepancy between the findings in his report and another into the same matter published earlier this month by the Electoral Commission.

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