Standards chief slams misconduct vote as "damaging moment"

Chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life Jonathan Evans slams the vote to quash Owen Paterson's suspension for lobbying as a "damaging moment" for Parliament and public standards in the UK. He says the way MPs went about voting it down "cannot be right" and their proposed alternative is "deeply at odds" with British democracy. .

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