Matt Hancock received £10,000 for a television appearance in which he said he did not "primarily" go on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! for the money.

The former health secretary declared the fee from ITV for an interview on Good Morning Britain (GMB) in the latest register of members' financial interests.

He received the payment via Shine Talent Management Limited for two hours of work, according to the entry.

Mr Hancock was criticised by constituents and then-Conservative colleagues for entering the Australian jungle for I'm A Celebrity.

He donated £10,000 of his £320,000 fee to charity, telling ITV during his January 31 interview: "I didn't primarily do it (go on the reality show) for the money, I primarily did it to try to show who I am.

"I think £10,000 is actually a decent sum."

Mr Hancock was also confronted by GMB presenter Kate Garraway on how families who were affected by his coronavirus policies felt about his decision to compete on I'm A Celebrity.

Garraway's family was among those heavily impacted by Covid-19 as her husband Derek Draper, a former political adviser, fell seriously ill with coronavirus in March 2020 and has suffered long-lasting damage to his organs and requires daily care.

West Suffolk MP Mr Hancock lost the Tory whip over the appearance on the reality TV show and he currently sits as an independent in the Commons.

He was forced to resign as health secretary after leaked CCTV footage showed him breaching his own Covid-19 guidance by kissing his assistant Gina Coladangelo.