Boris Johnson And Michael Gove ‘Breached Ministerial Code’ With No-Deal Brexit Ads, Says Jo Swinson

Boris Johnson and Michael Gove stand accused of breaching the ministerial code after using public funds for a no-deal Brexit ad campaign claimed to be “nakedly partisan”.  

Billboards, mugs and newspaper adverts warning people to ‘Get Ready For Brexit’ on October 31 were green-lighted by the PM and cabinet minister Gove and paid for with £100m of public cash. 

But a cross-party group of MPs, led by…
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