Johnson has been accused of violating the ministerial code by taking a job with the Daily Mail without seeking or following Whitehall’s anti-corruption panel’s advice.
he advisory committee on business appointments (Acoba) has criticized Boris Johnson for not complying with its rules.
As per the rules, former ministers must seek advice from Acoba before starting a new job for two years after leaving office. They are also expected to follow Acoba’s advice on what is appropriate and what is not.
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