In preparation for the upcoming partygate showdown, Boris Johnson will release his “defence dossier” tomorrow.


BORISEN Johnson is going to drop his defense dossier tomorrow before his partygate investigation showdown.

His supporters maintain that these explosive documents will exonerate the former prime minister and show that he did not intentionally mislead members of parliament about secret meetings held in the heart of government.


This occurred right around the time that one of his closest associates warned of an enemy-led “witch hunt” designed to finally bring him down.

The influential privileges committee will release the former prime minister’s legal advice and line-by-line today in preparation for the marathon television grilling of MPs on Wednesday.

To defend himself from the onslaught of attacks, BoJo will presumably reveal the counsel he received from his top team and argue that he relied on officials in No10.

As the ex-PM’s spokesperson put it, “Boris Johnson’s position will be vindicated by the privileges committee.

This evidence will show that Boris Johnson did not intentionally mislead the British parliament.

Meanwhile, Tory peer Lord Greenhalgh – who is close to BoJo – said the powerful privileges probe “should not go ahead” if there’s no “fairness”.

It followed accusations from friends and family that his interrogation was staged. would make Stalin blush”.

Concerned that the Privileges Committee would take a McCarthyite approach to justice, he expressed his worries on Times Radio.

If Parliament follows procedure, the former Prime Minister should have a fair and just hearing, which is my sincere hope. We demand immediate retribution. As such, my plea is for justice to be done fairly and the scales to be balanced.

It will be hard, he said, to show that he intentionally misled parliament.

However, the Committee’s initial update earlier this month suggested that Mr. Johnson may have repeatedly misled Parliament.

He will be questioned by a committee of lawmakers for at least five hours about what he knew and when he knew it.

The former prime minister, Rishi Sunak, along with dozens of others, were fined for holding a lockdown rally in Downing Street.

BoJo risks suspension from the Commons and a recall campaign in Uxbridge if he is found guilty of misleading Parliament.

One of Mr. Johnson’s former chancellors, Kwasi Kwarteng, said that the “hugely intelligent, sensitive, brilliant” man still had a chance to lead the party again.

Despite how many times he’s been written off, he’s still “someone I would never rule out or count out,” he told GB News.

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Oliver Dowden, a minister in the Cabinet, confirmed yesterday that members of parliament would be allowed to vote freely on the issue if and when it came up.

Mr. Johnson will “put forward a robust defense of his conduct,” he told the BBC, adding that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak “respects” his predecessor.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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