Govt: Misconduct vote needs to be split from Paterson case

Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg says the link between Owen Paterson's suspension for lobbying and the vote to reform how MPs misconduct is punished needs to be "broken". He states that any reform will need to be done on a "cross-party" basis and this should not be based on a "single case".

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