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Boris Johnson apologises to MPs for failing to declare £52,000 in time

BBC News Thursday, 6 December 2018
Boris Johnson apologises to MPs for failing to declare £52,000 in timeThe ex-foreign secretary says sorry to MPs for failing to declare on time earnings of £52,000.
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Boris Johnson has been forced to apologize to the House of Commons after failing to report his full earnings to the House authorities on nine occasions. The former Foreign Secretary repeatedly failed to register his earnings within the time period required under parliamentary rules, the...

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