Some of the Labour group on the London Assembly had tried to imply that Boris had done something wrong in speaking to Damian Green after his arrest. The implication was that Boris had passed confidential information about the investigation to Damian.
At the meeting that John Biggs and Len Duval dropped in their implications I asked Boris directly if he had passed any information to Damian. He said unequivocally that he had not.
It is therefore of little surprise to me that today the report by solicitor Jonathan Goolden (who investigated Boris' actions) states that Boris "did not fail to comply which the Code of Conduct of the Metropolitan Police Authority" and "did not disclose confidential information, improperly confer and advantage or disadvantage or bring his office or authority into disrepute".
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