Boris Johnson was today dramatically cleared of breaking Commons rules over a £15,000 Mustique 'freebie' with Carrie, despite the sleaze watchdog criticising the 'unusual' arrangements.
The cross-party standards committee found the PM had made an 'accurate and complete' declaration about the holiday in December 2019, saying it was provided by Carphone Warehouse founder David Ross even though the couple did not stay in his villa.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
But it rebuked Mr Johnson for initially failing to explain the situation to standards commissioner Kathryn Stone - resulting in a 15 month wrangle over what the real details were.
The report also suggested that the premier himself did not know exactly how the jaunt was being funded until after he arrived on Mustique and realised he was not staying in Mr Ross's own property.
Boris Johnson was today dramatically cleared of breaking Commons rules over a £15,000 Mustique 'freebie' with Carrie (pictured together at Wembley last night)
The villa on Mustique where the pair are believed to have stayed in December 2019
'Mr Johnson himself has stated that