West Norfolk MP apologises following critical standards report
The North West Norfolk MP, Sir Henry Bellingham, has been told to apologise for breaching Parliamentary rules over the registration of outside business interests.
A report, published today, said Sir Henry had made “several” breaches of MPs’ code of conduct in relation to his role with Clifton Africa Ltd, an African mining and development company, and other firms.
The House of Commons Committee for Standards said there was “no suggestion” that Sir Henry had been trying to conceal any part of his financial interests.
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