THE PM was accused of a cover-up last night after a letter revealed his aide intervened on the animal rescue from Afghanistan.
Boris Johnson had denied he or wife Carrie had stepped in to give ex-Marine Pen Farthing’s flight of dogs and cats the go-ahead from Kabul.
But the PM’s then aide Trudy Harrison wrote to Mr Farthing saying Government officials gave his staff permission to board, adding: “I wish you well.”
Afghans who risked their lives working with Britain were left trapped.
Labour MP Chris Bryant fumed: “The Prime Minister’s fingers are all over this.”
But No10 said Ms Harrison acted without the PM’s knowledge.