BoJo ‘Cash for Curtains’ scandal: “Why lie and cover up in order to bring gaudy gold wallpaper?”

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    More on the inquiry opened into how UK prime minister Boris Johnson paid for renovations at his Downing Street living quarters in #WorldThisWeek f24.my/7cCD.t

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    In This Story: 'Cash for Curtains' scandal

    The Cash for Curtains scandal was a British political scandal based around the source of funding for UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson’s 2020 refurbishment of the flat above Number 11 Downing Street, which Johnson occupied with his girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, and the couple’s young child.

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