The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom,Boris Johnson will not be investigated further even when the Independent Office For Police Conduct said in it's report that there was "some evidence" that the Minister had "an intimate relationship" when Boris was Mayor Of London.
The whole saga is based on the fact that Ms Jennifer Arcuri received thousands of dollars in the form of sponsorship grants and these trade missions we're headed by Boris Johnson. Howeve,the IOPC Director General Michael Lockwood said "While there was no evidence that Mr Johnson influenced the payment of sponsorship monies,there was evidence to suggest that those officers (under Boris) making decisions about the monies thought that there was a close relationship between Mr Johnson and Ms Arcuri and this influenced their decision making".
The IOPC said it's review had taken longer than expected because they wanted to get their hands on more records. Some of these records "either never existed or have been deleted".
The Conservative MP for Orpington in South London,Gareth Bacon said that "Politicians in City Hall have wasted police time with malicious complaints (against Mr Johnson) and they now want to waste tax payers' money with more petty and partisan point scoring".
When the case was declared as a non-criminal investigation the spokesman to Mr Boris said "We welcome the fact that this politically-motivated complaint has been thrown out. Such vexatious claims of impropriety in office were untrue and unfounded" He finally added saying "This was not a policing matter and we consider this a waste of police time".
The investigation was to cover Mr Boris Johnson's tenure as Mayor of London between 2008 and 2016 and as discovered,all the grants awarded to Arcuri's company including the one awarded to Ms Jennifer by the Department of Culture,Media and Sport(worth 100,000pounds) was passed through the appropriate channels.