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Labour asks for lobbying by four Tory MPs to be investigated

Work of Iain Duncan Smith and others should be examined for ‘possible breaches of rules’

The cabinet secretary, Simon Case, has been asked to investigate officials’ communication with four Conservative MPs with lobbying jobs with firms that secured multimillion government contracts or significant beneficial rule changes.

Labour’s Fleur Anderson, the shadow cabinet office minister, has asked Case, the head of the civil service, to investigate correspondence with officials between MPs and the firms involved. Two MPs cited in the letter spoke in the House of Commons on issues connected to their lobbying work.

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