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UK PM Johnson will not face criminal action over relationship with U.S. businesswoman: Mirror

Reuters Thursday, 21 May 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will not face criminal action following allegations of misconduct over his relationship with U.S tech entrepreneur Jennifer Arcuri, the Daily Mirror newspaper reported on Thursday.
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Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) Director General Michael Lockwood gives a statement after a review of Boris Johnson’s links with businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri found there was a “close association” between them and there may have been an “intimate relationship”, but there were...

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