‘Interior resign’: what the papers say about the cash for curtains row

‘Interior resign’: what the papers say about the cash for curtains row

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The Electoral Commission inquiry into funding for No 10 refurbishment fills the front pages

Dramatic scenes in Westminster and the Electoral Commission inquiry into the refurbishment of Boris Johnson’s flat fill the front pages of many British newspapers.

The Guardian leads on the PM’s “fury” over the inquiry into what has become known as the “cash for curtains” affair. With sweeping powers to call witnesses and refer matters to the police, it reports the watchdog saying the investigation was necessary because it already believed there were “reasonable grounds” to suspect payments for renovations to the PM’s flat could constitute offences.

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