Conduct of Mr David Cameron
HC 429, Second Report of Session 2006-07, Report and Appendices, Together with Formal Minutes
- House of Commons – Committee on Standards and Privileges
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
This report, 'Conduct of Mr David Cameron (HC 429)', considers a complaint that the office of Mr Cameron, in the House, was being used as part of a party fund raising strategy. The complaint was upheld.
Although there is no reason why Mr Cameron cannot meet, in his office or elsewhere on the Parliamentary Estate, those who donate to his party, what he cannot do is use his Parliamentary office as part of a fund-raising stratagem. In the Commissioner's view this is what happened in this case.
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