In a surprising turn of events, the Cabinet Office has reversed its stance on accessing Boris Johnson’s phone messages concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, raising some intriguing questions about transparency and trust in the COVID Public Inquiry.

L ast year, the Good Law Project took a legal case to the High Court. They were told that none of Boris Johnson’s phone messages from before April 2021 were available. This meant they couldn’t be used in the court case.

Sarah Harrison, who is the Chief Operating Officer for the Cabinet Office, stated:


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