Raab says claim donor was asked to pay Johnson’s childcare is ‘tittle-tattle’

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    Dominic Raab has said he does not know if a Conservative donor was asked to pay for Boris Johnson’s childcare costs, amid new allegations of undeclared donations and loans to fund the prime minister’s lifestyle.

    Following reports that Johnson sought payments from a donor to help pay for his one-year-old son’s care, the foreign secretary told Sky’s Sophy Ridge on Sunday: ‘I have no idea, you don’t have conversations like that with the PM. I can’t comment on every little bit of gossip that’s in the newspapers’

    Raab dismisses claim donor was asked to pay for Johnson’s nanny as ‘gossip’

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