After Liam Fox lobbied PM Sunak on behalf of a group that paid him £16k for 21 hours’ work, Bradshaw Advisory faced a penalty for violating legislation, while Fox was cleared due to the fee payment structure.
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- Conservative MP Liam Fox lobbied PM Rishi Sunak on behalf of a group that paid him £16,000 for 21 hours’ work.
- Liam Fox’s role as Chairman of the Global Britain Commission is funded by lobbying firm Bradshaw Advisory.
- The watchdog investigated potential rule breaches by Fox and Bradshaw Advisory and found the firm violated key lobbying legislation.
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