George Osborne defends his £320,000 in speeches fees

George Osborne defends his £320,000 in speeches fees
 

Former chancellor George Osborne has defended making more than £320,000 over 31 days for giving speeches.
The register of MPs interests showed Mr Osborne declared payments for six speeches from 27 September to 27 October.
His largest fee was £81,174 from JP Morgan for a speech on 4 October, the register of MPs' interests showed.
The now backbencher said his income source was "similar" to that of other former chancellors.
On a visit to a construction site at Newcastle University, he said: "As a member of parliament I declare all my income, so people can see that.
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25 November 2016 in Politics, Views: 48
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