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Boris admits mistake over sleaze rules

Boris admits mistake over sleaze rules

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Boris admits mistake over sleaze rules – watch how he explains

Watch Boris Johnson questioned by a panel of senior MPs about parliamentary standards as the row over sleaze continues.

The liaison committee, comprised of the chairs of all Commons select committees. The Committee opened the session with the question about MPs and jobs and the treatment of former MP Owen Patterson

Boris Johnson told the panel he felt it was ‘clear’ Paterson broke lobbying rules.

Labour wants to ban all MPs from having second jobs.

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