Of all the old villains, I didn't expect Dodgy Dave to get a reboot.
Minister admits Boris Johnson's 'review' of lobbying scandal will have no powers
Boris Johnson’s ‘review’ into the David Cameron lobbying scandal won’t have enforcement powers and won’t make recommendations, a minister has admitted.
He defended Health Secretary Matt Hancock owning a 15% share in a company which has contracts with the NHS.
And he said there's "nothing wrong" with ministers having financial stakes in companies, as long as they don't have a role in procuring from those companies.
The PM's "independent" review, led by lawyer Neil Boardman, who will be ‘pausing’ his job as a director of the Business department to undertake the work, is expected to report back to the PM in June.
But today Environment Secretary George Eustice admitted the “probe” won’t have any power to toughen up lobbying rules - and probably won’t even recommend any changes.
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