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MP sleaze watchdog not investigating Geoffrey Cox's use of his parliamentary office to work on his 2nd job, reports say

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Sir Geoffrey Cox. Leon Neal/Getty Images
Sir Geoffrey Cox is to face no investigation for using his parliamentary office to do his second job.
Cox used the taxpayer-funded office to contribute via Zoom to a Caribbean anti-corruption inquiry.
Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards isn't opening an investigation, the Telegraph and BBC reported.
Sir Geoffrey Cox is to face no investigation by Parliament's standards commissioner into his use of his Commons office for his legal work, reports say. The Labour Party had referred Cox, a Conservative MP and former Attorney General, to the...
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