Jeremy Heywood’s widow questions Greensill inquiry chief’s independence

Exclusive: Suzanne Heywood raises concerns about Boris Johnson’s appointee, Nigel Boardman

The widow of the man who was the UK’s top civil servant during the early years of the Greensill lobbying scandal has raised concerns over the independence of the official appointed by Boris Johnson to run an inquiry into the affair.

Suzanne Heywood, whose husband, Jeremy Heywood, was the cabinet secretary when the financier Lex Greensill entered Downing Street, questioned whether Nigel Boardman was the right person to run an inquiry into many conflicts of interest.

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