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Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick still has questions to answer over his role in a planning case involving a Tory donor, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
The Labour leader told the BBC the matter was “far from closed” but stopped short of calling for the minister’s resignation.
Mr Jenrick is under fire after granting permission for a luxury housing development to donor Richard Desmond.
Downing Street said the PM had full confidence in the minister.
Mr Jenrick says he was motivated by a desire to see more homes built when he overruled government inspectors to give the green light to Mr Desmond’s plans for a 1,500 home development at the former Westferry printing works, in London’s Isle of Dogs.
Twelve days after