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Boris Johnson gave inquiry 'insufficient' information on relationship with Jennifer Arcuri

Independent Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Information provided by Boris Johnson to an inquiry into his relationship with businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri was "insufficient", the Greater London Assembly's oversight committee has said.
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News video: Jennifer Arcuri refuses to rule out affair with Boris Johnson

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The US businesswoman at the centre of a storm over her links to Boris Johnson insisted she "never, ever" received favouritism, but refused to say whether they had an affair. Jennifer Arcuri said she and Mr Johnson, who she saved on her phone as "Alex the Great", bonded over their "mutual love of...

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