Lord Taylor Of Warwick To Face Fraud Inquiry

Lord Taylor of Warwick the Conservative Peer that the Sunlight Centre for Open Politics reported to the House of Lords authorities on the 6th August 2009 is according to the Daily Telegraph now facing a fraud inquiry from Scotland Yard.  Lord Taylor is the fourth peer to face an investigation by the police along with Baroness Uddin, Lord Hanningfield and Lord Clarke of Hampstead over their...
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Lord Sheldon reported to the House of Lords Authorities

 The Sunlight Centre for Open Politics has reported Lord Sheldon to the House of Lords authorities over reports that appeared in the Sunday Times at the weekend. Lord Sheldon  a former treasury minister and chairman of the Commons Public Accounts Committee is accused of claiming £130,000 of the ‘overnight’ subsistence allowance for a home he previously owned in...
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Lord Taylor of Warwick reported to the House of Lords authorities

The Sunlight Centre for Open Politics has reported Lord Taylor to the House of Lords authorities regarding allegations surrounding his £70,000 overnight subsistence and his supposed phantom addresses in the Midlands between 2001 – 2007.  We have given Lord Taylor several days to respond to our questions but he has not replied at all.  Below is a copy of the letter we have...
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Lord Taylor of Warwick claims £70K for ‘phantom’ home

The Sunlight Centre for Open Politics has written and faxed Lord Taylor of Warwick a former barrister and Britain’s first Black peer after the allegations appeared in the the Times over the weekend about him claiming over £70,000 for home in the Midlands between 2001 – 2007 which apparently does not exist.  We are currently awaiting Lord Taylor’s response. It is...
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