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Ruth Davidson doubts George Osborne's ability to remain an MP

Published on Sunday 19th of March 2017 11:43:24 AM in Guardian

The leader of the Scottish Conservatives has questioned George Osborne’s vow to remain as an MP after he becomes editor of the London Evening Standard, as the chair of the parliamentary standards watchdog pledged to review rules on MPs’ second jobs.Ruth Davidson said she could not ...

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