Geoffrey Cox MP accused of breaching rules amid second jobs row

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Sir Geoffrey Cox is facing fresh allegations that the former minister used his parliamentary office to carry out his legal work.

Labour has called on the standards commissioner to investigate whether the Torridge and West Devon MP breached the code of conduct, by using his office for work including advising the government of the British Virgin Islands in a corruption inquiry, saying it was an “egregious, brazen breach of the rules”.

In the video above, Mr Cox appears to be advising the government of the British Virgin Islands in a corruption inquiry.

Read the full story here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/11/10/boris-johnson-sajid-javid-nhs-covid-vaccine-geoffrey-cox/

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