A long-awaited report on whether Boris Johnson has misled Parliament over his party gate denials will be published this morning at a time likely to spark a political firestorm.
The Privileges Commission will release its report, believed to be 30,000 words long, around 9 a.m. after a 14-month investigation.
It is expected to have been concluded that Johnson has misled MPs, something the former prime minister has strongly denied.
Mr Johnson has spoken out against the committee, accusing it of a “witch hunt” and behaving like a “kangaroo court”.
He announced his shock decision to step down as a Tory MP last Friday after receiving the committee’s ruling.
The Prime Minister’s resignation from the House of Commons means he will not serve the suspension that is likely to be recommended. Mr Johnson has indicated that he will make his “positions clear” on the report and its findings once it is released.
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