Who’s paying Boris Johnson’s legal bills?

This Site is not the only one to comment on the carefully-worded statements made by Boris Johnson when he has come to the Commons to talk about the lockdown-busting Downing Street parties.

They sound as though they were drafted by a lawyer to be as bland, as content-less, as possible.

They certainly don’t sound like Johnson’s own work; let’s face it – he simply isn’t capable of that.

He says he isn’t using taxpayers’ money to get legal advice.

So, how is he paying for it?

It’s not only a valid question, but an important one.

Think of the trouble he caused himself by asking Lord Brownlow to find money for refurbishment work on the Downing Street flat he inhabits.

Evidence suggests that, asking for the cash, Johnson indicated that he would give consideration to Brownlow’s plan for a “Great Exhibition” to boost post-Brexit Britain.

That has led the Labour Party to submit an accusation of bribery to the police.

So perhaps it is no wonder that both Downing Street and Johnson himself are being tight-lipped about the source of his legal advice.

But he is a public servant and the public have a right to know, in order to ensure that the rule of law is not suffering further at the hands of this hooligan.

Source: Boris Johnson will not get taxpayer-funded lawyers to navigate ‘partygate’ investigation

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