Changes to the Register of Members' Interests
Stephen McCabe

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This page shows how Stephen McCabe's entry in the Register of Members' Interests has changed over time, starting at the most recent and working back to the earliest we have managed to parse. Please be aware that changes in typography/styling at the source might mean something is marked as changed (ie. removed and added) when it hasn't; sorry about that, but we do our best with the source material.

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6 September 2010 - View full entry

8. Land and Property

 
  • Flat in Birmingham, from which rental income is received.

26 November 2002 - View full entry

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payments from opinion polls.
  • Occasional fees for television work.
 

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Gift of crystal fruit bowl from West Midlands Police Federation. (Registered 13 November 2001)
 

14 May 2002 - View full entry

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

 
  • Gift of crystal fruit bowl from West Midlands Police Federation. (Registered 13 November 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 27 February-7 March 2000,to Japan, to meet with representatives of various Japanese political parties, Government representatives, trade unionists and industrialists and business representatives, as an introduction to Japan and part of an effort to build stronger links between British and Japanese parliamentarians. The Japanese Government paid all costs for flights, accommodation, internal travel and food. (Registered 5 April 2000)
 

10 November 2000 (first entry we have)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payments from opinion polls.
  • Occasional fees for television work.

6. Overseas visits

  • 27 February-7 March 2000,to Japan, to meet with representatives of various Japanese political parties, Government representatives, trade unionists and industrialists and business representatives, as an introduction to Japan and part of an effort to build stronger links between British and Japanese parliamentarians. The Japanese Government paid all costs for flights, accommodation, internal travel and food. (Registered 5 April 2000)