Repost from last bread,
big story in the u.k
BORIS JOHNSON'S WHATAPP MESSAGES LEAKED TO THE PAPERS, A COMPLETE TAKE DOWN OF ANY BREXITEERS, MAYBE DOMINIC CUMMINGS
Note: Boris betrayed the u.k and brexiteers but just in case he thinks he can switch and become the saviour of the u.k the deep state will make sure he has no chance. no one trusts boris and neither do the deep state.
After the matt hancock text messages got released.
The same thing just happened to Boris Johnson.
His whatsapp messages have just been released.
EYES ON, VERY STINKING GCHQ AND MI6 ARE PROBABLY BEHIND THIS!!
Downing Street launches leak inquiry into release of Boris Johnson’s private text messages to James Dyson
Businessman asked the PM for assurances over tax status of employees helping to make ventilators for hospitals
Downing Street has launched a formal leak inquiry into the release of private text messages between Boris Johnson and the entrepreneur Sir James Dyson.
They revealed that Sir James, a Tory donor, had appealed directly to the Prime Minister last year for help in fixing a potential tax problem facing his employees.
The messages – exchanged last March as Sir James proposed supplying ventilators to hospitals as the pandemic struck – fuelled Labour accusations of cronyism at the heart of government.
Mr Johnson told MPs this week that he made “no apology for moving heaven and earth” to secure ventilators to treat seriously ill Covid patients.
The launch of a mole hunt came just 24 hours after the Prime Minister’s official spokesperson ruled out an inquiry into the leak to the BBC.
They told reporters: “I can confirm that, yes, we have instructed the Cabinet Office to look into this.
“The position has changed from yesterday – it was correct at the time yesterday but, as usual, we keep things under review and we have now decided to undertake this internal inquiry.
“As you would expect, we continually look at this and the position we decided today is that we want to make sure we have this internal inquiry into that.”
The spokesperson said the inquiry will probe the source of leaks of private communication of the Prime Minister “as related to this issue of Dyson”.
It would not cover other leaked messages including reports of exchanges between Mr Johnson and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The inquiry will be carried out internally by the Cabinet Office and sources said there was no police involvement at this stage.
The spokesperson refused to get into details of whether the PM’s phone number had been changed.
No 10 also said the Government would be setting out more details relating to correspondence between the PM and Dyson “very shortly”.
“The Prime Minister said in the House he’s happy to share all the details with the House, as he shared them with his officials.
“That’s what we’re working on, we’re pulling together that information, it will be published shortly.”
The PM’s spokesperson repeated that Mr Johnson had followed official guidance in relation to dealing with requests from private companies, saying that “in all instances the PM made sure he followed the process”.
Dyson had agreed to work on creating a ventilator that could be used in hospitals but Sir James was concerned his staff and the company – now based in Singapore – may need to pay additional tax if they came to the UK to work on the project.
The BBC said he had written to the Treasury asking for an assurance this would not be the case and, when he did not receive a reply, contacted Mr Johnson directly.
Sir James said in a text his firm was ready but that “sadly” it seemed no-one wanted them to proceed.
Mr Johnson replied: “I will fix it tomo! We need you. It looks fantastic.” He then followed this up with another message saying: “(Chancellor) Rishi (Sunak) says it is fixed!! We need you here.”
When Sir James then sought a further assurance, Mr Johnson replied: “James, I am First Lord of the Treasury and you can take it that we are backing you to do what you need.”