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Raab defends Geoffrey Cox for working from Caribbean in lockdown

Ex-attorney general earned £400,000 a year advising tax haven over Foreign Office corruption charges

The UK justice secretary, Dominic Raab, has defended the MP and former attorney general Geoffrey Cox for working for a month in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) during lockdown.

Earlier this year, Cox earned more than £150,000 in his second job as a lawyer advising the Caribbean tax haven in relation to corruption charges brought by the Foreign Office.

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