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Bill Wiggin MP

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  • = Key Development Monday 5th January
  • 16:47 House of Commons Business Commons Business

    16:47 | Commons Business | PoliticsHome Commons Business

    COMMONS CHAMBER 11:30am: Deputy Prime Minister questions (topicals at 11:50am) 12:10pm: Attorney General questions Main business Ten minute rule motion: Internet Communications (Regulation) Bill (Sir Alan Duncan, Con, Rutland and... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 27th October
  • 15:49 House of Commons Business Commons Business

    15:49 | Commons Business | PoliticsHome Commons Business

    COMMONS CHAMBER 11.30am: Foreign and Commonwealth Office questions (topicals at 12.15pm) Main business Ten minute rule motion: School Governors (Appointment) Bill (Neil Carmichael, Con, Stroud) Opposition day debates (8th allotte... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 13th October
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  • = Key Development Friday 22nd February
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  • = Key Development Monday 7th March
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  • = Key Development Tuesday 1st March
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  • = Key Development Sunday 27th February
  • 08:23 Story (1 links): MP faces anti-sleaze probe

    PoliticsHome MP faces anti-sleaze probe Story View links

    Conservative MP Bill Wiggin has been referred to the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner after complaints he used £5,000 of public money to help fund his local Conservative Association.

  • = Key Development Monday 18th October
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  • = Key Development Saturday 16th October
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MP faces anti-sleaze probe

Conservative MP Bill Wiggin has been referred to the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner after complaints he used £5,000 of public money to help fund his local Conservative Association.


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