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‘No ethics at No 10’: Boris Johnson considers scrapping Lord Geidt’s role

System to enforce ministerial code under review as ethics adviser resigns over Partygate and steel tariffs ro

Boris Johnson is considering scrapping the role of ethics adviser after the resignation of Lord Geidt, who accused him of making a mockery of his position overseeing standards in government.

The prime minister’s official spokesperson said Johnson would not immediately start looking for a replacement for Geidt, but would instead review the system of enforcing the ministerial code.

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