Boris Johnson makes ‘absolutely no apologies’ over James Dyson lobbying texts

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Boris Johnson has said he makes “absolutely no apologies” for the series of text messages between him and Sir James Dyson, after it emerged he would “fix it” so that staff would not have to pay extra tax while building ventilators in the UK during the pandemic.

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The exchanges took place in March last year at the start of the pandemic, when the Government was appealing to firms to supply ventilators amid fears the NHS could run out.

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