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Geidt doubles down on claims No 10 wanted to break international law

PM’s former ethics adviser says reason given by Downing Street for his resignation was a ‘distraction’

Boris Johnson’s former ethics adviser has said the reason given by Downing Street for his resignation was a “distraction” and doubled down on claims that the government wanted to break international law.

After he dramatically quit this week, Christopher Geidt said his explanation had used too much “cautious language” leading to “some confusion about the precise cause of my decision”.

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