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Secrecy and power: What Sue Gray’s two NI sojourns reveal about her

Sam McBride


The woman who could end Boris Johnson’s career is shrouded in mystery – but her activities in Northern Ireland are revealing 

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Probe: Sue Gray with Finance Minister Conor Murphy

Probe: Sue Gray with Finance Minister Conor Murphy

Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill who interviewed Ms Gray for the head of NI Civil Service

Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill who interviewed Ms Gray for the head of NI Civil Service

Ms Gray is currently investigating Boris Johnson and the alleged parties in Downing Street. Credit: UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor/PA

Ms Gray is currently investigating Boris Johnson and the alleged parties in Downing Street. Credit: UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor/PA

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Probe: Sue Gray with Finance Minister Conor Murphy

Mystique surrounds Sue Gray as lies surround the man whose career now rests in her hands — if even she could now save him, that is.

The Whitehall mandarin has spent two significant sojourns in Northern Ireland, during which her actions provided clues as to how she is now operating, and what that might mean not just for Boris Johnson’s future but for the credibility of her inquiry into the prime minister.


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