No 10 parties inquiry should have more independence, say former civil servants

Senior figures concerned that Boris Johnson could veto Sue Gray’s findings if she recommends investigation under ministerial code

An inquiry into Downing Street parties that could determine the fate of Boris Johnson’s premiership should be given greater independence from No 10, former civil servants and a union leader have warned.

It comes amid concerns that the prime minister could veto the conclusions of an inquiry by Sue Gray if she recommends that he should be investigated under the ministerial code.

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