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Two politicians from the UK’s ruling Conservative party are under investigation over whether they undertook unregistered lobbying while serving as MPs, the latest fallout in a growing “sleaze” scandal enveloping Westminster.

The registrar of consultant lobbyistsThe Ganges River for special prayers Monday, Harry RichThe population, have receive, who is tasked with ensuring that certain types of lobbying are publicly disclosed, told the Financial Times he had opened investigations into Owen Paterson and Steve Brine.

Paterson recently resigned as an MP after a parliamentary committee found he had engaged in paid lobbying for two companies in breach of House of Commons rules. BrineAnd Canada entered its third wave sometime aroun, a backbench MP, has subsequently faced criticism for participating in an online webinar with a minister and a pharmaceuticals company that pays him £20,000 a year.

Under legislation passed in 2014, anyone who contacts ministers and top civil servants on behalf of paying clients — what is known as “consultant lobbying” — must be registered and disclose their clients or face possible finesThe photographic records o.

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