BORIS Johnson WON’T face a criminal probe into his close friendship with businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri, it has been reported.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) is set to reveal its decision this lunchtime on whether the Prime Minister’s links to the technology entrepreneur will result in an official investigation.
Sources told the Daily Mirror that the Independent Office for Police Conduct had found some evidence of a possible “intimate relationship” between the pair, but that it was “unnecessary” to launch a criminal investigation.
They are set to say that the PM will not face any further action from them.
But it could now mean the London Assembly will launch a probe – who paused theirs last year while waiting for more evidence.
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