Jeremy Corbyn under pressure as urgent probe demanded into ex-Labour leader's legal costs


    Labour MP, Neil Coyle, has written to parliament’s standards commissioner and claimed the former Labour leader did not declare support he received to cover legal costs. Mr Corbyn stepped down as Opposition leader following Labour’s worst election defeat since 1935.

    Mr Coyle said: “All MPs are expected to follow certain rules and some people seem to think they’re above it.

    “We expect it from Boris Johnson with flat refurbishments, childcare and foreign holidays.

    “But we cannot attack the Tories if we don’t equally take action when someone who seeks to be a Labour MP is receiving significant financial support and contributions, and not declaring it.”

    Mr Corbyn has responded and said he will be “liaising with the commissioner” in response to Mr Coyle’s correspondence.

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