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Conduct Of The Right Honourable Member For Sedgefield

EDM number 929 in 1997-98, proposed by James Arbuthnot on 06/03/1998.

That this House notes that blind trusts are accepted to be inappropriate for funding a political party or the office costs of an honourable Member; notes further that the Prime Minister, the Right honourable Member for Sedgefield, as Leader of the Opposition, had his office costs met by a blind trust, the Labour Leader's Office Fund, and the donors have not been declared; and further notes that the Right honourable Member for Sedgefield has yet to declare in the Register of Members' Interests, the contributions he received for his campaign for the Leadership of the Labour Party.

This motion has been signed by a total of 16 MPs.

James Arbuthnot06/03/1998North East HampshireConservativeProposed
Gillian Shephard06/03/1998South West NorfolkConservativeSigned
Oliver Heald06/03/1998North East HertfordshireConservativeSigned
David Maclean06/03/1998Penrith & The BorderConservativeSigned
David Madel06/03/1998South West BedfordshireConservativeSigned
Patrick McLoughlin06/03/1998West DerbyshireConservativeSigned
Patrick Cormack06/03/1998South StaffordshireConservativeSigned
James Cran06/03/1998Beverley & HoldernessConservativeSigned
Stephen Day06/03/1998CheadleConservativeSigned
James Gray06/03/1998North WiltshireConservativeSigned
Damian Green06/03/1998AshfordConservativeSigned
Peter Ainsworth06/03/1998East SurreyConservativeSigned
Nigel Waterson06/03/1998EastbourneConservativeSigned
John Whittingdale06/03/1998Maldon & East ChelmsfordConservativeSigned
Julian Lewis09/03/1998New Forest EastConservativeSigned
Howard Flight10/03/1998Arundel & South DownsConservativeSigned

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