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Boris Johnson may have to give evidence under oath about whether he lied to MPs

Privileges committee investigating whether PM misled parliament when he said ‘no Covid rules were broken’

Boris Johnson could be ordered to give evidence under oath when MPs begin a new investigation into claims he lied about Partygate.

The privileges committee is expected to start its inquiry within the next month and will aim to deliver a verdict by the autumn on whether Johnson misled parliament. Sessions are likely to be held in public, in an attempt to limit potential criticism about the group’s work and avoid any accusations of a “cover up”.

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