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Distant cousin of Boris Johnson acted as credit guarantor while in No 10

Sam Blyth was guarantor of credit facility of up to £800,000 that helped fund Johnson’s lifestyle, it has emerged

A distant cousin of Boris Johnson acted as a guarantor for a credit facility of up to £800,000 while he was in Downing Street that helped fund his lifestyle.

Johnson benefited from the backing of Sam Blyth, a Canadian millionaire businessman in the education sector, who is a second cousin of the former prime minister’s father, Stanley. He is understood to have had use of the credit facility from February 2021 while in No 10 but did not draw down the full amount.

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