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#UK Bans New MPs from Employing Family Members
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Britain will ban new MPs from employing spouses, relatives or business associates, according to rules announced Thursday in the wake of a scandal that has rocked France’s presidential election.


The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority [IPSA] outlined the change in a revised rulebook for MPs’ expenses, saying it does not affect existing employees with family or business ties to MPs.

Any member of staff who begins a relationship with an MP while working for him or her will also have their contract terminated after a period of two years.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

16-03-2017 | 11:56

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