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Public tell MPs to quit committee amid accusations that inquiry into Boris Johnson is a ‘witch-hunt’


Public tell MPs to quit committee amid accusations that bid to make Boris Johnson answer for Partygate is a ‘witch-hunt’

  • Boris Johnson is under investigation by the Commons’ privileges committee
  • Four Tory MPs are on panel judging if the PM misled Parliament over Partygate
  • Some constituents of those MPs are angry at their participation in the inquiry
  • ‘They should leave [Mr Johnson] alone. It just feels like a witch-hunt,’ said one

Constituents of Tory MPs on the ‘witch-hunt’ committee investigating Boris Johnson last night called on them to quit.

Conservative Party members and voters criticised Sir Bernard Jenkin, Alberto Costa and Andy Carter for remaining on the Commons privileges committee.

In Sir Bernard’s Harwich…



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