Boris Johnson has been challenged to publish the findings of a parliament standards watchdog report into the mystery bill for his Mustique holiday.
Kathryn Stone, the commissioner for standards, is reported to believe his luxury Caribbean holiday was worth more than double the £15,000 he declared in the House of Commons register. The commissioner is also understood to have concluded in a report that the bill had not been met by Tory donor and Carphone Warehouse co-founder David Ross, as the prime minister has insisted.
SNP Westminster depute leader Kirsten Oswald said: “The rank stench of sleaze grows stronger by the day. He must publish in full the watchdog’s findings immediately.”
Johnson and fiancee Carrie Symonds jetted to Mustique for a getaway following the Tories’ 2019 election win. Downing Street said the PM “transparently declared the benefit in kind”.
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