He is accused of corruption after rumors surfaced that the British Prime Minister had asked for funds from a donor to renovate his apartment.
Boris Johnson faces new charges after he recently posted WhatsApp messages with fellow conservative Tori David Brownlow. Johnson called some parts of his Downing Street home a “dip” and asked for “approvals” so that his decorator, Lulu Little, could “continue to work” in November 2020. Eventually, he signed the message, “Ps: the big vision turns upside down”. Lord Brownlow replied, “Of course, call Lulu and we will fix this soon!”
On Thursday, Johnson was forced to admit a “humble and heartfelt” apology for the non-return of his independent ethics adviser during the trial, which began last spring.
In 1851 the first Grand Exhibition was held at Hyde Park. Plans for “Grand Exhibition 2.0” were discussed a few weeks after WhatsApp messaging with Brownlow and Cultural Secretary Oliver Dowden, records show officials.
When asked what Johnson’s specific plan was, his spokesman said it was an “idea that had not been taken forward.” Instead, he said, the “Festival UK” – formerly known as the Brexit Festival – would take place in 2022.
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