Parliamentary Commissioner


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Parliamentary Commissioner

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Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) the official name for ombudsman2
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A good city speculator or a parliamentary commissioner could have told to a fraction, from the crowds that were cantering about, what sum of money was realised in London, in the course of a year, by holding horses alone.
Now the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards has confirmed it is investigating if Mr Lavery has breached the code of conduct which MPs must follow.
Liberal Democrats have submitted a complaint about the senior Labour MP to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards.
But the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards said he should have "foreseen" this outcome.
Mazari has also called for independent Parliamentary Commissioner as exists in British Parliament so all complainants can get independent unbiased hearing.
Wthwi WELSH Conservative MP Simon Hart has been cleared of wrongdoing following an investigation by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards.
THE Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards has found a report published in January by MPs who support a major cut in the maximum stake on gaming machines was in breach of the rules governing all-party parliamentary groups (APPGs).
parliamentary commissioner for the armed forces, Hans-Peter Bartels.
Meanwhile, details of letters sent by Mrs Miller to the parliamentary commissioner investigating her expenses claims led to allegations that the MP may have bullied the watchdog during the lengthy inquiry.
I am taking legal advice about these allegations - and I have referred myself to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards.
The office of John Lyon, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, said he was opening an inquiry following a complaint that Mrs Miller had claimed more than Au90,000 in second home allowances towards the cost of a house where her parents lived.
But the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards says the contents of the letter, telling of the next steps in his public transport campaign, were completely within House of Commons rules.

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