The Times: Boris Johnson was convicted of violating his own safety recommendations. He wrote to the Saudi prince from his personal phone
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson used his personal phone for work issues, contrary to secret safety advice from his own team, The Times reported.
According to her, Johnson sent messages from his personal phone to Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman and businessman James Dyson. With the first, he discussed the possible sale of the English football club Newcastle United, with the second – tax breaks.
The Times notes that after the parliamentary elections in 2019, Boris Johnson circulated recommendations to government officials, warning them about the risk of phone and email hacking. Government members were advised not to use personal devices for work.