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London Mayor and Chair of the Metropolitan Police Authority Boris Johnson gives evidence to the Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the leaks from the Home Office.
The Committee’s inquiry is focusing on the way in which the Home Office reacted to the suspected leaks of information and the procedures followed by the Metropolitan Police when they were asked to investigate further. The Home Secretary and the Permanent Secretary have already given evidence.
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