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Mr Hoon had previously denied ever owning the constituency office in a row of terrace houses in the centre of KirkbyinAshfield, Nottinghamshire.

On May 9, 1998, he told a News Of The World reporter: Woolrich parkas,wife owns that building and always has done. Last night, however, he admitted he had bought the freehold and later transferred it to his wife, using her maiden name on Land Registry documents.

He told the Commons fees office of the rent rise with a note saying: increase the following monthly payments from my office cost allowance. Miss E A Dumelow to 750. the Hoons had to end the setup after Labour Woolrich Outlet Store MP Henry McLeish was censured by the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner for failing to declare income from subletting his constituency office in Glenrothes, Fife.

Rules to end abuse of the Incidental Expenses Provision were issued in 2003.Woolrich hats, Mrs Hoon then sold the building to Jane Woolrich, founder of a lingerie firm. She now rents it to Mr Hoon, who still uses it as his constituency office.

His spokesman said: property was rebuilt, renovated and refurbished as a Parliamentary constituency office.

cost of these necessary works exceeded the original purchase price. Woolrich john rich,The money for these works was advanced by Mr Hoon wife, hence the change in ownership. Elaine Dumelow has always maintained her maiden name throughout her married life for professional and personal purposes.

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