Johnson spent thousands of pounds of public funds to a friend model when he was mayor of London

The Brexit family of Boris Johnson The histrionic british prime minister, Boris Johnson in constant turmoil and haunted by their blows of fact, is facing its

Johnson spent thousands of pounds of public funds to a friend model when he was mayor of London
The Brexit family of Boris Johnson

The histrionic british prime minister, Boris Johnson in constant turmoil and haunted by their blows of fact, is facing its umpteenth crisis in the media. But this time without a relationship with his strategy to get the Brexit on the 31st of October.

An exclusive to the curator of "The Sunday Times" has uncovered the alleged irregularity of Johnson in his time as mayor by allocating thousands of pounds of public money to a former american model, Jennifer Arcuri, who visited him "very often" to his flat in london.

The Sunday "Sunday Times" reported that a company led by Jennifer Arcuri , a female entrepreneur in american technology, and friend of Johnson, he received tens of thousands of pounds in public funds and access to overseas trade missions led by Johnson during his time as mayor of the british capital.

Downing Street has refused to comment on the reports. But the opposition has demanded that the "premier" appear to explain how and why they were awarded the funds and favors to Arcuri.

The companies Arcuri have been more than a million pounds of losses , as has been documented by the "Sunday Times".

despite this, allegedly also received a government grant of 15,000 pounds in 2014, designed to attract foreign entrepreneurs to Great Britain.

Arcuri returned to the U.S. in 2018, the year in which Arcuri received grants of up to £ 100,000 for businesses with headquarters in the Uk.

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has launched an investigation after the appearance of these records.

"Each of the grants received by my companies and the trade missions in which I participated were exclusively in relation to my role as entrepreneur legitimate", has defended the former model in the pages of "The Sunday Times".

For its part, Downing Street has refused to make any statement on this information.

Updated Date: 22 Eylül 2019, 19:01

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