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Boris Johnson has given an “insufficient” response to an inquiry into  his relationship with Jennifer Arcuri, the London Assembly has said.

City Hall had given the Prime Minister 14 days to answer its questions over allegations the American entrepreneur received preferential access to trade trips and public funds while he was mayor of London.

Mr Johnson responded on Tuesday, with his solicitors asking for the evidence to be kept confidential. Mr Johnson previously accused his "old friends" in the Assembly of "barking up the wrong tree" with their investigation.

However the Assembly said it could see "nothing" that "reflects the need for confidentiality" in the submitted papers.

Len Duvall, assembly...

Boris Johnson has given an “insufficient” response to an inquiry into  his relationship with Jennifer Arcuri, the London Assembly has said.

City Hall had given the Prime Minister 14 days to answer its questions over allegations the American entrepreneur received preferential access to trade trips and public funds while he was mayor of London.

Mr Johnson responded on Tuesday, with his solicitors asking for the evidence to be kept confidential. Mr Johnson previously accused his "old friends" in the Assembly of "barking up the wrong tree" with their investigation.

However the Assembly said it could see "nothing" that "reflects the need for confidentiality" in the submitted papers.

Len Duvall, assembly...

Boris Johnson has given an “insufficient” response to an inquiry into  his relationship with Jennifer Arcuri, the London Assembly has said.

City Hall had given the Prime Minister 14 days to answer its questions over allegations the American entrepreneur received preferential access to trade trips and public funds while he was mayor of London.

Mr Johnson responded on Tuesday, with his solicitors asking for the evidence to be kept confidential. Mr Johnson previously accused his "old friends" in the Assembly of "barking up the wrong tree" with their investigation.

However the Assembly said it could see "nothing" that "reflects the need for confidentiality" in the submitted papers.

Len Duvall, assembly...

Boris Johnson has given an “insufficient” response to an inquiry into  his relationship with Jennifer Arcuri, the London Assembly has said.

City Hall had given the Prime Minister 14 days to answer its questions over allegations the American entrepreneur received preferential access to trade trips and public funds while he was mayor of London.

Mr Johnson responded on Tuesday, with his solicitors asking for the evidence to be kept confidential. Mr Johnson previously accused his "old friends" in the Assembly of "barking up the wrong tree" with their investigation.

However the Assembly said it could see "nothing" that "reflects the need for confidentiality" in the submitted papers.

Len Duvall, assembly...