BORIS Johnson is to travel to Glasgow tomorrow to attend COP26 as he comes under pressure to face questions over sleaze claims.

The Prime Minister faced a host of negative headlines for visiting a hospital in the north of England yesterday rather than answer questions in the House of Commons.

Earlier, Jacob Rees-Mogg, the leader of the House of Commons, was urged to suspend parliament's November recess, due to start this evening so Johnson could be asked about the claims at Prime Minister's Questions tomorrow.

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But with the break still on, Johnson will visit the climate change conference, which is in its second week. 

Johnson will travel tomorrow, Downing Street said. It is understood he will go by train.

A Number 10 spokesman said: “The Prime Minister is going up to meet negotiators, to get an update on progress in the talks and encourage ambitious action in the final days of the negotiations.”

Johnson will be under pressure to generate positive coverage for his government after coming under attack for sleaze in the wake of his bid to change the way parliament deals with MPs who have breached conduct rules.

The SNP MP Pete Wishart yesterday made a formal complaint to the Metropolitan Police about Johnson and other senior Tories.

Wishart wrote to Cressida Dick, Met Police Commissioner, yesterday asking her to investigate the Prime Minister and his predecessors following reports that Tory donors who had given more than £3 million to the party had been elevated to the Lords.

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He has also strongly criticised for failing to wear a face mask while speaking to nurses while he walked around Hexham General Hospital in Northumbria.

The PM came under attack last week for sitting beside 95-year-old environmentalist David Attenborough at COP26 while not wearing a face covering.

Downing Street this afternoon confirmed that Johnson would be attending COP26 in Glasgow tomorrow.