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PM: Greensill review will be given 'carte blanche'

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PM: Greensill review will be given 'carte blanche'

PM: Greensill review will be given 'carte blanche'

Boris Johnson says a review he has commissioned into how Greensill Capital was able to secure government contracts will be given the "maximum possible access" to those involved.

The prime minister says that Nigel Boardman, who will lead the review, will be given “pretty much carte blanche to ask anybody whatever he needs to find out.” Report by Jonesia.

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