MP's interests - the full list
REGISTER OF INTERESTSBob Blizzard (Labour, Waveney)Flat in London, from which rental income is received.Simon Burns (Conservative, Chelmsford West)Lectures to civil servant on the workings of Parliament (up to �5,000).
REGISTER OF INTERESTS
Bob Blizzard (Labour, Waveney)
Flat in London, from which rental income is received.
Simon Burns (Conservative, Chelmsford West)
Lectures to civil servant on the workings of Parliament (up to �5,000).
- 1 Severe delays on major Suffolk route after crash
- 2 'You have broken us!' - New cafe at Suffolk beauty spot on huge demand
- 3 Richest people in East Anglia revealed on Sunday Times Rich List
- 4 Police carry out 'pre-planned' operation in Felixstowe road
- 5 Plans to explore Dutch-style cycling network in Suffolk town
- 6 'I like his profile' - McKenna looking forward to working with Ndaba
- 7 Double drink driver who killed Jennifer, 32, jailed six years and eight months
- 8 Indiana Jones-inspired metal detectorist finds £65k Roman hoard
- 9 Man exposes himself to two women on Thorpeness beach
- 10 'Bonne Mania' made us all smile... it faded but we'll always have the memories
April 4-11 visit to China as guest of the Chinese Association of Friendship and Understanding (accommodation and food paid by the Association; flight sponsored by London businessman Maurice Bennett)
Douglas Carswell (Conservative, Harwich)
Income as co-author of book “The Plan - 12 months to renew Britain”.
Residential property in Hertfordshire, from which rental income is received.
Barbara Follett (Labour, Stevenage: minister for the East of England)
Communications consultant to Ken Follett (author).
Residential flat in London from which rental income is received; residential house in Cape Town, South Africa, from which rental income is received; a holiday home in Antigua, jointly owned with husband, let for rental.
Shareholder BEK Partnership (recording studio).
Rt Hon John Gummer (Conservative, Suffolk Coastal)
Chairman Sancroft International Ltd; chairman Veolia (former Vivendi UK); chairman (non executive) Valpak Ltd; chairman Association of Independent Financial Advisers; non-executive director Sovereign Reversions Ltd non-executive director Catholic Herald; non executive director Sistema-Hals, Moscow-based real estate development company.
Articles in Catholic Herald, Estates Gazette, Planning, Evening Standard - income generated �100,000 for Sancroft, of which he receives �30,000 in fees and dividends.
Tickets for Conservative Party's “Black and White Party” on February 4, paid for by Christopher Moran of London.
Residential and commercial property in London, owned by family.
Shares in Sancroft International Ltd.
Rt Hon Sir Alan Haselhurst (Conservative, Saffron Walden)
Earnings from publication of novels.
Sir Michael Lord (Conservative Suffolk Central & Ipswich North)
Director, the Palmer Family Trust.
Co-owner of holiday site in Anglesey.
Hon Bernard Jenkin (Conservative, North Essex)
Arranged and hosted event at St Paul's Cathedral in aid of Combat Stress and the St Paul's Cathedral Foundation on March 19, sponsorship amounting to more than �1,000 from Finmeccanica UK Ltd, Saladin Security and Tesco. Identifiable donations of more than �1,000 were paid to Combat Stress by four individuals and companies. St Paul's Cathedral charged concessionary rate.
Chris Mole (Labour, Ipswich)
Brooks Newmark (Conservative Braintree)
Director, Telemis Management Ltd.
Research and advice on investment opportunities to Apollo Management Ltd.
Shareholder Telesis Management Ltd, AAA Guernsey Ltd, AAA MIP Ltd.
Unremunerated director AAA MIP Ltd.
David Ruffley (Conservative, Bury St Edmunds)
Adviser on economic affairs to Lotus Asset Management (�15,001-�20,000); adviser to Denton Pension Management Ltd (�25,001-�30,000); adviser of Partnership Group Holdings Ltd (�25,001-�30,000).
Research services in relation to shadow frontbench responsibilities for police reform paid by Derek Sayer of London.
Visit to Syria May 25-31 2008 to meet government ministers. Flights and hospitality provided by British Syrian Society and the Syrian government.
Visit to United States September 14-19 2008 on parliamentary study, all costs borne by Deutsche Bank.
Bob Russell (Liberal Democrat, Colchester)
Shareholder Magdalen Hall Company Ltd, Colchester.
Richard Spring (Conservative, Suffolk West).
Chairman of British Ukrainian Society (�55,001-�60,000); strategic consultant AMG Productions Ltd.
Visits to Syria paid for by British-Syrian Society; visit to Ukraine July 10-13 to attend fifth annual conference of the Yalta European Strategy, expenses covered by Yalta European Strategy Ltd.
Flat in London from which rental income received.
John Whittingdale (Conservative, Maldon & Chelmsford East)
Non-executive director Audio Network plc.
Tim Yeo (Conservative Suffolk South)
Director Univent plc; director ITI Energy Ltd; director AFC Energy; non-executive director Groupe Eurotunnel plc; director Eco City Vehicles; director First London Securities Group
Occasional articles for Country Life magazine; management consultant to Regenesis Ltd of California; member of board of Oxinia.
Visit to Kentucky USA September 19-22 2008 to attend Ryder Cup as guest of Humana Europe
Shareholder in Anacol Holdings Ltd, AFC Energy, Eco City Vehicles