Keir Starmer found to have breached MPs code of conduct

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The Labor leader failed to register eight interests in time, including gifts from football teams and the sale of a property



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Union leader Keir Starmer was found to have broken the MPs’ code of conduct in eight separate incidents (Credit: Getty Images).

The opposition leader failed to register eight interests in time after Parliamentary Standards Commissioner Kathryn Stone opened an investigation.

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It was created after claims were made about later declarations of gifts and earnings.

Mr Starmer has now been found to have failed to declare interests such as gifts from football teams and the sale of a property.

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A Labor Party spokesman said: “Keir Starmer takes his responsibilities to the register very seriously and has apologized to the Commissioner for this inadvertent error.

“He has assured the Commissioner that his office processes have been reviewed to ensure this does not happen again.”

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This article will continue to be updated with more information.

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