The prime minister ducked the question – which follows an allegation that he had to be stopped from making his future wife his chief of staff.
There is growing pressure for an inquiry into the claims that, in 2019, Mr Johnson repeatedly pressed for Ms Symonds to be picked for the key taxpayer-funded job.
But there is no-one to carry out the probe – after his ethics adviser quit last week, over a separate plan to breach the ministerial code, Christopher Geidt alleged.
In the Commons, the Labour MP Chris Elmore asked Mr Johnson: “Has he ever considered the appointment of his current spouse to a government post or to any organisation in one of the royal households?
Mr Elmore added: “Be honest prime minister – yes or no?”
But the prime minister evaded the question, saying: “I know why the party opposite wants to talk about non-existent jobs in the media because they don’t want to talk about what’s going on in the real world.”
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