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Starmer says police 'should be involved' in allegations about suspended Tory MP Menzies

Sky News Thursday, 18 April 2024
Sir Keir Starmer said police should be involved in the case of suspended Tory MP Mark Menzies, who faces allegations he misused campaign funds.
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News video: Labour calls for police probe into MP Mark Menzies

Labour calls for police probe into MP Mark Menzies 00:47

Police should investigate allegations an MP misused campaign funds, Labour has said. Mark Menzies lost the Conservative whip after claims emerged that he had used political donations to cover medical expenses. Menzies disputes the allegations. Starmer said: “There are obviously a lot of unanswered...

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Residents of Mark Menzies's constituency express dismay at allegations made against their local representative. Fylde MP Mark Menzies lost the Conservative whip after The Times published claims that he had used political donations to cover medical expenses and pay off “bad people”. Report by Gluszczykm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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