UK Labour Leader Found in ‘Minor’ Breaches of MPs’ Code of Conduct

UK Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer has been found to have breached the MPs’ code of conduct eight times, but the violations have been judged to be “minor” and “inadvertent.”
An inquiry conducted by the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner Kathryn Stone found that the opposition leader failed to register on time eight interests, including gifts from football teams and the sale of a plot of land.
When the inquiry was opened in June, Starmer said he was “absolutely confident” he had not broken the MPs’ code of conduct.
But the commissioner has now found that the Labour leader did breach the code in eight instances through late declaration of earnings and gifts from UK sources….

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