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George Osborne told to choose whether to be MP or Standard editor

Published on Sunday 19th of March 2017 11:32:55 AM in Guardian

George Osborne has been criticised by the official body that advises ministers on taking work outside parliament, amid growing public anger over the former chancellor’s portfolio of lucrative jobs.The advisory committee on business appointments (Acoba) said it disapproved of Osborne’s decision to announce his job as ...

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