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The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards is unable to confirm or deny a probe has been launched into the fresh allegations after a ruling last year.
A Sports Direct spokesman said: "We have to respect the decision of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, however the fact remains that Iain Wright misled and lied to Sports Direct."
Tory MP James Duddridge said he had made a formal complaint to Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards Kathryn Stone over the May 16 outburst in the chamber directed at the Commons Leader.
An investigation by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards found the use of the crowned portcullis logo "gave the impression that Mr Lavery's letters carried the authority of the House when they did not".
Ms Stone, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, will investigate whether he violated the Commons code of conduct.
But Shadow Cabinet Office Secretary Jon Trickett said yesterday Labour will report Hunt to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards.
THE Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards has found a report published in January by MPs who support a major cut in the maximum stake on gaming machines was in breach of the rules governing all-party parliamentary groups (APPGs).
Miller The independent parliamentary commissioner for standards had previously recommended she repay PS45,000, but the lower sum was approved by the Commons Standards Committee - a decision which sparked a backlash across the political spectrum and calls for changes in how complaints against MPs are investigated.
WIRRAL West MP and employment minister Esther McVey says she has repaid almost PS300 after a complaint against her was upheld by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards.
He stood down temporarily from his position as chairman of the Energy and Climate Change Committee while the allegations were investigated by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards.
Her case will now be investigated by John Lyon, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, who said he was opening an inquiry into allegations that Miller had claimed more than Au90,000 in second-home allowances towards the cost of a house in which her parents also lived.
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