Tory blackmail row: Met Police to meet with MP over furious Downing Street claim


“If there is any evidence to support these claims we would look at it very carefully.”

Mr Wragg, who has called for Boris Johnson’s resignation, said he wanted “experts” to investigate the claims, rather than No 10.

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “As with any such allegations, should a criminal offence be reported to the Met, it would be considered.”

This comes as No 10 attempts to consolidate support for the Prime Minister, ahead of civil servant Sue Gray’s report on alleged lockdown parties at Downing Street involving Boris Johnson and his staff.



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