Senior MPs agreed to work for a fictitious South Korean firm for £10,000 a day. Despite their actions being within proper conduct, receiving payment from a foreign entity could result in significant ethical and legal concerns for them.
F ormer Tory Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng and former Tory Health Secretary Matt Hancock agreed to work for a fake South Korean firm for £10,000 a day after being duped by campaign group Led by Donkeys.
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UK PoliticsMPsForeign InfluenceLed by DonkeysKwasi KwartengMatt HancockToriesConservativesGraham BradyLobbyingStephen HammondEthics in PoliticsUK ParliamentNolan PrinciplesTrust in PoliticsUnited KingdomWestminsterMember-Exclusive Stories