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Boris Johnson could be told to go on a diversity training course instead of facing more severe sanctions for his comments over burkas, The Telegraph has learned.

The former Foreign Secretary is facing a formal investigation by the Conservative Party for comparing women wearing the burka to "letterboxes" and "bank robbers" in an article for The Telegraph.

It has prompted a furious backlash from Tory MPs who accused Brandon Lewis, the chairman of the Conservative Party, of mounting a "witch hunt" and attempting to "kneecap" Mr Johnson.

Senior Tory figures told The Telegraph that they do not expect Mr Johnson to be suspended or have the whip withdrawn. He is instead more likely to be told to go...

Boris Johnson could be told to go on a diversity training course instead of facing more severe sanctions for his comments over burkas, The Telegraph has learned.

The former Foreign Secretary is facing a formal investigation by the Conservative Party for comparing women wearing the burka to "letterboxes" and "bank robbers" in an article for The Telegraph.

It has prompted a furious backlash from Tory MPs who accused Brandon Lewis, the chairman of the Conservative Party, of mounting a "witch hunt" and attempting to "kneecap" Mr Johnson.

Senior Tory figures told The Telegraph that they do not expect Mr Johnson to be suspended or have the whip withdrawn. He is instead more likely to be told to go...

Boris Johnson could be told to go on a diversity training course instead of facing more severe sanctions for his comments over burkas, The Telegraph has learned.

The former Foreign Secretary is facing a formal investigation by the Conservative Party for comparing women wearing the burka to "letterboxes" and "bank robbers" in an article for The Telegraph.

It has prompted a furious backlash from Tory MPs who accused Brandon Lewis, the chairman of the Conservative Party, of mounting a "witch hunt" and attempting to "kneecap" Mr Johnson.

Senior Tory figures told The Telegraph that they do not expect Mr Johnson to be suspended or have the whip withdrawn. He is instead more likely to be told to go...

Boris Johnson could be told to go on a diversity training course instead of facing more severe sanctions for his comments over burkas, The Telegraph has learned.

The former Foreign Secretary is facing a formal investigation by the Conservative Party for comparing women wearing the burka to "letterboxes" and "bank robbers" in an article for The Telegraph.

It has prompted a furious backlash from Tory MPs who accused Brandon Lewis, the chairman of the Conservative Party, of mounting a "witch hunt" and attempting to "kneecap" Mr Johnson.

Senior Tory figures told The Telegraph that they do not expect Mr Johnson to be suspended or have the whip withdrawn. He is instead more likely to be told to go...