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No 10 chief of staff spoken to by FBI about work for banker accused of bribery

Mark Fullbrook was interviewed as witness in proceedings against Julio Herrera Velutini

Mark Fullbrook, the new Downing Street chief of staff, has been interviewed by the FBI as a witness about work he did for a banker accused of bribery, it emerged on Sunday.

Fullbrook was working as a political consultant when he provided research in 2020 for Julio Herrera Velutini, a Venezuelan-Italian banker accused of bribing the governor of Puerto Rico around the same time.

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