Tory donor: Why should I have to pay for Boris's baby's a*** to be wiped?'

Why should I have to pay for Boris's baby's a*** to be wiped?' How a Tory donor reacted after being asked to help the PM cover the cost of his childcare, according to a senior Government source Boris Johnson's financial arrangements are under increasing scrutiny  It is claimed donors were asked to pay for a live in nanny and personal trainer  No10 did not deny yesterday that Conservative donors had been approached  The PM's office claimed Mr Johnson had paid for both members of his staff  

By Glen Owen for The Mail on Sunday

Published: 22:00 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 22:00 BST, 1 May 2021

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Concerns about the state of Boris Johnson’s personal finances grew last night amid claims that Tory donors had been asked if they would help the Prime Minister to cover the cost of his childcare.

A senior Conservative source told The Mail on Sunday that one donor had reacted angrily to an approach by responding: ‘Why should I have to pay for his baby’s a*** to be wiped?’

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It is among a swirl of fresh allegations about Mr Johnson’s financial arrangements, with suggestions that the Prime Minister had tried to persuade the party’s bankrollers to cover the cost of both a live-in nanny at Downing Street and Mr Johnson’s personal trainer.

Concerns about the state of Boris Johnson’s personal finances grew last night amid claims that Tory donors had been asked if they would help the Prime Minister to cover the cost of his childcare

Concerns about the state of Boris Johnson’s personal finances grew last night amid claims that Tory donors had been asked if they would help the Prime Minister to cover the cost of his childcare

The flat saga started in 2020, when Mr Johnson grew alarmed by the rising costs of refurbishments to the Downing Street flat at No11, pictured,  that he shares with Ms Symonds

The flat saga started in 2020, when Mr Johnson grew alarmed by the rising costs of refurbishments to the Downing Street flat at No11, pictured,  that he shares with Ms Symonds

As the bill approached a reported £200,000 for items such as £800 rolls of wallpaper, Mr Johnson was told that the taxpayer-funded allowance for redecorations was capped at £30,000 a year

As the bill approached a reported £200,000 for items such as

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