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The Register of Members' Interests, 14 May 2001

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This page shows the Register of Members' Interests as released on 14 May 2001, in alphabetical order by MP.

Diane Abbott - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Smithville Associates; a training consultancy.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional lecturing and journalism.

Nick Ainger - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting and written article fees.

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 2 November 2000)

Peter Ainsworth - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • In my capacity as Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, I receive frequent invitations to attend cultural and sporting events; the value of the hospitality I receive on some of these occasions may exceed £235.
  • 31 December 1999, my wife, three children and I were guests of the New Millennium Experience Company at the Millennium Dome. (Registered 17 February 2000)
  • I have received, unsolicited, classical CD's from the Peter Moores Foundation whose aggregate retail value may exceed the threshold for registration. (Registered 10 November 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-13 October 2000, to Dublin, sponsored by the British Tourist Authority, who paid hotel and travel costs. (Registered 10 November 2000)

Douglas Alexander - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Associate, Digby Brown, Solicitors, Glasgow.
  • Occasional contributions to various newspapers and broadcasting.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 26 February 2001, my wife and I attended the Brit Awards, as the guests of the British Phonographic Institute. (Registered 7 March 2001)
  • 24 March 2001, ticket and hospitality at Scotland v Belgium football match at Hampden as guest of Trinity Mirror Group. (Registered 2 April 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-12 November 2000, to United States of America for conference organised by the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. My travel and hotel costs were met by the conference organisers. (Registered 20 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Rental of building attached to my house.
  • Rental of flat in Edinburgh

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for Scottish Public Policy (non-remunerated).
  • Member of the Royal College of Physicians (Edinburgh) Liaison Committee (non-remunerated).
  • Director of the CARD Carers' Centre, Paisley (unremunerated).

Richard Allan - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting, writing, speeches, lectures and opinion surveys.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). The fee is donated to my constituency party.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unpaid) of the Sheffield City Trust, company set up by Sheffield City Council to run a range of facilities such as sports and entertainment venues and elderly persons' homes which it formerly owned.

Graham Allen - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • I hold shares in Nottingham Forest FC.

David Amess - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional media interviews.
  • Parliamentary Adviser to the Caravan Club. (£1,001-£5,000)

Michael Ancram - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Portzim Ltd.; family estate company in Roxburghshire.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Minority limited partner in Bonny Extra (Paper) Limited Partnership; provision of consultancy services for the development of waste paper recovery procedures.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Use of car provided by the Rover Group (in my capacity as Chairman of the Conservative Party).

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 3 February 2001, lunch and ticket to the England Wales rugby match in Cardiff as the guest of British Gas. (Registered 21 March 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • A small tenanted estate and a partnership in a tenanted farm in Roxburghshire.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Portzim Ltd.

Donald Anderson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees are paid to charity.
  • Broadcasting receipts, which are paid to charity.

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-14 May 2000, to Malta accompanied by my wife, to deliver a lecture on British foreign policy, paid for by the Maltese Government. (Registered 15 May 2000)
  • 24-27 November 2000, to Israel accompanied by my wife, to meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders at the invitation of the Chairman of the Knesset Foreign Affairs Committee. (Registered 12 December 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Consultant to the Royal Society of Chemistry (money paid direct to charity).
  • Director (unpaid) of the Anglo-Austrian Society.

Janet Anderson - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • In my capacity as Minister for Tourism, Film and Broadcasting, I receive frequent invitations to attend arts, cultural and sporting events; and the value of the hospitality extended to me on some of these occasions is probably greater than £235.

James Arbuthnot - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister (non-practising).
  • Member of Lloyd's.
  • Categories of business underwritten - CBS Bespoke: All categories.

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-5 November 2000, to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, to attend a conference as guests of the British-Spanish Tertulias. Costs met jointly by our hosts and by grant from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. (Registered 28 November 2000)

Hilary Armstrong - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Tickets for myself and my husband to watch Sunderland AFC on four occasions during 2000 from the Chairman of Sunderland AFC. (Registered 3 January 2001)
  • 30 November 2000, dinner and seats for the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, for myself and my husband as guests of Northumbria Water. (Registered 3 January 2001)

Paddy Ashdown - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Time Computers Ltd. (non-executive, with specific interest in e-commerce matters)
  • UK Board of Independent News and Media.
  • Such remunerations as are attached to the above posts will not be received by me personally but will be supplementing my office costs allowance and in political and charitable contributions.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payment received for newspaper and magazine articles, television appearances, and for talks given to companies and other bodies.
  • 9 December 1999, fee for a speech to a paper company paid by Celebrity Speakers.
  • 23-24 March 2000, fee for a speech to an information technology company paid by Performing Artistes.
  • Contract with Penguin Books for publication of my diaries.
  • Consultant on venture capital in the human and knowledge management areas to Catalyst Fund Management & Research Ltd.
  • Such remunerations as are attached to the above post will not be received by me personally but will be supplementing my office costs allowance and in political and charitable contributions.
  • 20 November 2000, fee for a speech to an international financial company paid by Speakers for Business.

6. Overseas visits

  • 22 January 2000, to Paris to attend the 'Your Future in Europe' seminar, all travel and accommodation costs for my wife and myself were met by the seminar organisers. (Registered 1 March 2000)
  • 10-12 March 2000, to Paris to attend a conference organised by the New Atlantic Initiative on Balkan strategies. All costs were met by the conference organisers. (Registered 14 March 2000)
  • 17-21 July 2000, to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, on a fact-finding visit. All costs were met by the Open Society Institute, Washington DC. (Registered 25 July 2000)
  • 6-12 October 2000, to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Bosnia Herzegovina, on a fact-finding visit. All costs were met by the Open Society Institute, Washington DC. (Registered 17 October 2000)
  • 21-22 November 2000, to Vienna to attend various events publicising the publication of my book. All costs were met by the British Bookshop in Vienna. (Registered 8 December 2000)
  • 16-19 February 2001, to Geneva to attend various events publicising the publication of my book. All costs were met by the British Residents Association in Geneva. (Registered 28 February 2001)
  • 18-23 March 2001, to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Bosnia Herzegovina, on a fact-finding visit. All costs were met by the Open Society Institute, Washington DC. (Registered 24 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • I own shares in Westland PLC in order to attend the AGM, whose value is less than £100.

Joe Ashton - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Author of "Red Rose Blues", published by Macmillan publishers, September 2000.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) Sheffield Wednesday Football Club Ltd.

Candy Atherton - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Political Opinion Panel. (£1-£1,000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee on the Board of Directors for Carn Brea Recreation Centre, Cornwall, a charitable trust (unremunerated).

Charlotte Atkins - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from opinion polls.
  • Occasional fees from broadcasting.

Peter Atkinson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary and public affairs consultant, Countryside Alliance. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Freelance journalism.
  • Member of the political opinion panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). The fees received are paid directly to Hexham Conservative Association.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Research work provided by Countryside Alliance.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 15 January 2001, a day's shooting and overnight hotel accommodation for my wife and me, near Kelso, as the guest of the Tobacco Manufacturers' Association. (Registered 23 January 2001)

David Atkinson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional payment for addressing seminars, conferences and other speeches.

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-11 September, to Gibraltar, to attend National Day and to have meetings with the Prime Minister and opposition leaders, as guest of the Government of Gibraltar. (Registered 2 November 2000)
  • 9-13 October, to Russia, as a member of the All-Party British-Russia Group, to visit the Priobskaye Oil Field and to meet leading members of the State Duma in Moscow, sponsored by Yukos Oil. (Registered 2 November 2000)

Nick St Aubyn - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from journalism.
  • Occasional fees from completing research opinion polls. The fees are paid directly to charity.
  • I am a member of the Commission of Inquiry which was established by the joint Middle East Councils of the Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Labour Parties to inquire into the status of the Palestinian refugees under United Nations Resolution 194. The Commission undertakes visits to the region to take evidence and meet with academics and international lawyers and publishes its findings. Donations of more than £1000 towards the funding of the Commission have been received from:
  • Mr A Qattan
  • The Council of Arab Ambassadors in London

6. Overseas visits

  • 1-10 September 2000, to West Bank, Gaza, Amman, Damascus and Beirut as a member of the Commission of Inquiry into Palestinian refugees. Travel and expenses paid for by the Commission of Inquiry. Hotel accommodation in Amman, Damascus and Beirut paid for by the Meridien Hotel Group. (Registered 23 October 2000)
  • 15-19 September 2000, to the State of Qatar as guest of the Qatari Government. (Registered 16 October 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Commercial and residential property in London, Kent, Devon and Cornwall.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Fitzroy Joinery.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • I and my children are contingent beneficiaries of a number of family trusts, one of which is resident overseas.

John Austin - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 13-17 January 2001, to Kuwait with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Euro-Arab Co-operation, at the invitation of the Speaker of the National Assembly. All travel and accommodation costs met by the Kuwait National Assembly. (Registered 6 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated), London Marathon Charitable Trust Ltd.
  • Trustee (unremunerated), Greenwich MIND.
  • Director and Trustee (unremunerated) of the Crossness Engines Trust.

Adrian Bailey - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Councillor on Sandwell Metropolitan District Council.

Norman Baker - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Opinion Leader Research polling organisation. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional assistance given to other polling organisations.
  • All monies from the above opinion research panels is given to organisations within the constituency.
  • Occasional fees for writing and broadcasting.
  • Fee from the Mail on Sunday for article published on 28 January 2001. (Registered 23 April 2001)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • January-February 2001, a research assistant was provided for my House of Commons office by Forum for the Future, an organisation that organises placements for students studying sustainable development.

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-14 January 2001, to Berne, Switzerland, to address an international conference on the situation in Tibet. My travel and accommodation was paid for by the Tibetan Government-in-exile. (Registered 14 February 2001)
  • 23-25 January 2001, to Berlin, with MPs of other political parties and leading British businesspeople. My travel and accommodation was paid for by the German Federal Government. (Registered 14 February 2001)

Tony Baldry - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Ximed PLC (non-executive); pharmaceutical research and development.
  • Chairman (non-executive) of Camco Corporation PLC; owners of a woollen yarn factory in Kyrgyzstan and engaged in promoting trade generally to and from Kyrgyzstan.
  • Pragokoncert a.s.; public company in the Czech Republic which promotes classical music concerts.
  • Transense Technologies PLC (non-executive); development of tyre monitoring technology.
  • Chairman (non-executive) of HAK Investments Ltd.; the UK investment company of Hassan A. Karim Al Ghathani Sons. Co. (HAK Group) of Saudi Arabia.
  • 3DMI International Inc. (non-executive) ;a United States public but not quoted company based in Detroit, manufacturing and developing plastic technology and components for the automotive industry.
  • OASIS Ltd. (Oriental and African Strategic Investment Services Limited); a Financial Services Authority regulated Corporate Finance House, focusing particularly on Asia.
  • Graddo as. (non-executive); a public company in the Czech Republic, primarily involved in the manufacture of automotive components.
  • Chairman of Chrometex PLC; specialising in chrome manufacturing and development in Kazakhstan.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Practising barrister.
  • Parliamentary adviser to the British Constructional Steelwork Association Limited.(£5,001-£10,000)
  • Parliamentary adviser to the Construction Industry Council. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Occasional fees for writing and lectures.

3. Clients

  • Zaiwalla & Co., Solicitors, from time to time as a barrister. (£35,001-£40,000)
  • Clients for the purpose of booking House of Commons dining rooms for meetings of the Asian Business Breakfast Club.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I employ a research assistant who receives some funding direct from the Lighting Industry Federation, solely in connection with work that she does in support of the Associate All-Party Lighting Group.
  • I employ a secretary who receives some financial support direct from the Turkish Business Council solely in relation to secretarial and administrative work that she carries out in connection with the All-Party Parliamentary Turkish Group.

8. Land and Property

  • Occasional income from letting flat in London to overseas visitors.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) Camco Corporation PLC
  • (b) Transense Technologies PLC
  • (b) XiMed PLC
  • (b) 3DMI International Inc.
  • (b) Chrometex

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Conservative Mainstream Properties Ltd. (unremunerated).
  • Trustee (unremunerated) of Dr. L.V. Singhvi Foundation; providing visiting fellowships to Members of Parliament and members of the judiciary both in India and the UK.
  • A Member of the United Grand Lodge of Freemasons of England.
  • Trustee of the British Indian Golden Jubilee Banquet Fund.
  • Governor of the Commonwealth Institute.
  • Adviser (unremunerated) of the Shrimati Pushpa Wati Memorial Trust, seeking to educate children of poor widows in India.

Jackie Ballard - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Remuneration for journalism and media appearances.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). The fees are paid direct to the Harry Burden Trust Fund, a charity.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I received a donation of £4000 from Jane McTaggart towards my campaign for leader of the Liberal Democrats in 1999.

Tony Banks - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • From time to time I buy and sell paintings, busts and items of political iconography.

6. Overseas visits

  • In my capacity as the Prime Minister's Envoy to the World Cup 2006 campaign, I made frequent visits abroad. Costs were mainly borne by the English Football Association (FA).

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Charles James Fox (Fine Arts) Ltd.

Harry Barnes - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for journalism. Fees passed on to charities.

Kevin Barron - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Lay member of General Medical Council, for which a daily attendance allowance is paid.

John Battle - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 31 December 1999, I received four tickets for the Millennium Dome opening ceremony provided by the New Millennium Experience Company. (Registered 18 February 2000)

Hugh Bayley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for writing and lecturing.

Margaret Beckett - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • Residential rented property; flat in Westminster, London SW1.

Anne Begg - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism and media appearances.

Roy Beggs - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Councillor, Larne Borough Council.
  • Member of the North Eastern Education and Library Board.

6. Overseas visits

  • 23-24 March 2000, to Bruges, as a member of the West Coast Main Line All-Party delegation, to receive briefing on high speed tilting diesel trains for cross country services, as guests of Bombardier Ltd and Virgin Trains. (Registered 7 April 2000)
  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation was paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 6 December 2000)
  • 8-11 March 2001, to Norfolk, Virginia, USA, to attend commissioning ceremony for USS Winston S Churchill. Transport to and from London provided by Department of the Navy, USA. Accommodation etc., travel London to Belfast provided by Larne Borough Council. (Registered 9 April 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Farm, approximately 60 acres, Co. Antrim, interests in beef cattle.
  • Interest in a landfill site at Ballyrickard Road, Larne, Co. Antrim.
  • Interest in land and property at Inver Road, Larne, Co. Antrim.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated), Larne Economic Development Company.

A J Beith - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consultant to Bourne Leisure Group Ltd.; a holiday park operator in Britain and overseas, on general and parliamentary matters. (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Occasional broadcasting, lecturing and writing.
  • A regular column for the Clubs Journal of the Club and Institute Union. (£1-£1,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • The services of a research assistant for four days a week are provided to me by CARE (Christian Action Research Education).

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • April 2000, guest of P&O for dinner, overnight and lunch on "Aurora" for the ship's naming ceremony. (Registered 12 May 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • I am a Trustee (unremunerated) of the Historic Chapels Trust.

Stuart Bell - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • SpenView Communications Ltd.; a consultancy.
  • SpenView Publications Ltd.; publishing company.
  • (Both companies are subsidiaries of SpenView Ltd; see below.)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister.
  • Writer.
  • Fees for various speaking engagements.
  • Adviser to Ernst and Young. Remuneration for parliamentary services as part of wider agreement. (£10,001-£15,000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) SpenView Ltd.; holding company.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) SpenView Ltd.

Martin Bell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Eleven monthly articles for the Manchester Evening News. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Occasional speaking and writing engagements.
  • Fee of £1000 from the Sunday Mirror for an article on the BBC in their edition of 7 August 1999.
  • Contract from Penguin Books for the book "An Accidental MP" which is to be published in autumn 2000.
  • Fee of £750 from the BBC for narrating a Radio 4 programme on the Biafra War on 15 January 2000.
  • 20 January 2000, £750 from The Precise Communications Group for narrating three television programmes "Eye on the World" for the Discovery Channel. Proceeds after tax to constituency causes.
  • 23 February 2000, £750 for a speech at the Alan Boswell Investment Seminar in Norwich. Proceeds after tax to Little Bollington Primary School in my constituency.
  • July 2000, payment received from J.P. Morgan through Masius, a design company, for my help in a J.P. Morgan internal communications document. For this consideration, a cheque for £1000 was paid through my office directly to Lower Peover Primary School in the Tatton constituency.
  • Fee of £2000 from Oldham Chamber of Commerce for speaking at their Annual Dinner on Friday 20 October. £1000 of this fee has been given to Lower Peover Primary School and the other £1000 to Oakenclough Primary School, both in the Tatton constituency.
  • 15 February 2001, £2,500 fee for speaking at the Business Barometer Dinner in Stretton, Cheshire. The fee was split between Lacey Green Primary School, Wilmslow and Brooke Dean Community School in Handforth..
  • Fee of £1000 received from The Times for a diary column in February 2001. (Registered 8 March 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 13 February 2001, free overnight stay provided by the Landmark Hotel, London W1, on connection with a speaking engagement on behalf of a charity. (Registered 14 February 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 23 July 2000, return flight from London to Brussels as a member of the All-Party Group for the Eradication of Land Mines, paid for in part by the UK Working Group on Land Mines, for discussions with NATO officials about the use of cluster bombs in Kosovo. (Registered 26 July 2000)

Tony Benn - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Writer, lecturer and broadcaster, on a freelance basis for newspapers, journals, radio and television.
  • First advance from Hutchinsons for publication of the latest volume of my diaries. Subsequent tranches will come on completion of the manuscript after the next election and on publication thereafter.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) United Media.
  • (b) Garban PLC.; financial services.

Hilary Benn - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Councillor, London Borough of Ealing (resigned September 1999).
  • Occasional fees from writing, lecturing and broadcasting.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Occasional attendance at football matches at Elland Road as a guest of Leeds United Football Club.
  • 9 September 2000, my wife and I attended the St. Leger at Doncaster as guests of Ladbrokes. (Registered 11 September 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) United News and Media.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated): UNIONS 21.

Andrew Bennett - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Since 2 May 1997 Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council has provided me with an office at Denton Town Hall to carry out my parliamentary duties.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • President of Ramblers (unremunerated).
  • Trustee of Tameside Care Group (unremunerated).

Joe Benton - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 29 September-8 October 2000, to India, sponsored by Labour Friends of India,which is funded by many individual donors in the UK. Particular sponsorship for flights to India came from the Chamber of Indian Industry and the Indian Government provided internal hospitality. (Registered 24 November 2000)

John Bercow - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting.
  • Communications training to staff of Chase Manhattan Bank and Mondex UK.
  • Communications training provided to other individuals on an occasional basis.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 2 April 2001, I attended with a guest the Conservative Early Summer Ball at Vinopolis, as the guests of Gary and Robyn Mond. Mr Mond runs a financial training business. (Registered 10 April 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 19-24 March 2000, to Canada with All-Party Canada Group, expenses partly paid for by the Canadian Government. (Registered 5 April 2000)
  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 11 May 2000)
  • 2-7 January 2001, to Israel, visiting Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for discussions with politicians and others, under the auspices of Conservative Friends of Israel and the Government of Israel. (Registered 23 January 2001)

Paul Beresford - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Dental Protection Ltd.; dentists' professional indemnity.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Dental surgeon.
  • Occasional fees for speeches, articles etc.

8. Land and Property

  • Residential/dental surgery, London SW15.

Gerry Bermingham - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister-at-Law.
  • Occasional articles, radio/tv programmes.
  • Fees for various surveys, polls, etc. All such fees are paid to a nominated charity of my choice.
  • Occasional fees for lectures for the Police College.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I have the loan of a satellite dish, etc. by Sky Television.
  • 3 March 2000, two tickets to attend the Brit Awards from the British Phonographic Industry Limited. (Registered 4 March 2000)

Roger Berry - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional journalism, broadcasting and lecturing.

Harold Best - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Between 28 March 1999 and 29 April 2000 I received complimentary tickets from the Rugby Football League for four matches in which Leeds Rugby Club were playing. (Registered 11 January 2001)

Clive Betts - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Office provided by Sheffield City Council at an annual charge of £1000 towards rent and rates, together with a one-off £1000 charge towards adaptation costs. Staff, furniture, telephone and cleaning costs are paid by myself; heating and lighting is provided by the Council.

Tony Blair - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Secondment of part-time assistant to my Sedgefield constituency office by Freedom Group of Companies PLC.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 31 December 1999, tickets for four adults and five children for the Millennium Dome's New Year celebration provided by New Millennium Experience Company. (Registered 9 May 2000)
  • December 2000, Rugby Union Football tickets and hospitality for the England v South Africa match. (Registered 3 April 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • August 2000, accompanied by my family, I spent two days as a guest of Signor Claudio Martini, the President of the Tuscan Regional Government, and made a donation to a local charity. (Registered 8 September 2000)

Hazel Blears - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 1-3 December 2000, accommodation costs provided by the Co-operative Commission for my husband and myself to attend a weekend meeting of the Commission in Cheltenham. (Registered 4 December 2000)
  • March 2001, I received a gift of a 'Bikebubble' from Carcoon Storage Systems Ltd, Salford, a company in my constituency. (Registered 25 April 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of Working Class Movement Library (voluntary - no remuneration).
  • Trustee of the National Museum of Labour History, Manchester (unremunerated).
  • Trustee of The Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (unremunerated).
  • Member of the Co-operative Commission, which is examining the future of the Co-operative Movement, from 1 March 2000-summer 2001.
  • Vice-President of the Local Government Association from 1 July 2000.

Bob Blizzard - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Research Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from both panels are paid to local charities.

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-14 April 2000, to Brazil with the British-Brazilian All-Party Group, paid for by BG International. (Registered 15 May 2000)

David Blunkett - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision of office space by Sheffield City Council. This facility is provided for all Sheffield MPs. All office expenses are paid for by me and rent is being paid to the City Council.

8. Land and Property

  • Short-term lease for six months on house in Southfields, London; rent income to begin December 2000.

Crispin Blunt - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from polling organisations, media and academic institutions, for articles and appearances.

6. Overseas visits

  • 17 September-1 October 2000, to the United States under the auspices of the International Visitor exchange programme arranged by the U.S. Embassy. (Registered 12 October 2000)

Paul Boateng - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 31 December 1999, I attended the opening ceremony at the Millennium Dome with my wife and five children, as guests of the New Millennium Experience Company. (Registered 16 February 2000)

Richard Body - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Unremunerated director of the following companies which are associated with various trusts and charities, etc.:
  • New European Publications Ltd.
  • RTY Ltd.
  • Jewell's Farm Ltd.

David Borrow - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Contribution from BT towards the purchase of video-conferencing facilities, for the use of constituents between the constituency and Westminster.

Tim Boswell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Self-employed partner in family farming business.
  • Receipt of fees for occasional articles and media appearances.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 23 April 2000, two tickets and hospitality at the British Grand Prix provided by Silverstone Circuits Limited (as constituency Member). (Registered 3 May 2000)
  • 16 December 2000, one day's shooting in Herefordshire as guest of Gryphon Corporate Strategy. (Registered 20 December 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Lower Aynho Grounds Farm (as at item 2), Northants/Oxon.
  • Owns (with family interests) small quantity of let land in Essex.

Peter Bottomley - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Director (formerly Chairman) of Appian Technologies Ltd.; supply of car park information and signs.
  • Director of the following companies in the Appian Group:
  • Appian Traffic Technologies PLC.
  • Carnay Limited.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Income from speaking, reading, and writing.
  • Economist.
  • Advice and deposition on casualty reduction and vehicle risks (including evidence in litigation relating to Suzuki; and to Consumers Union) to Roth, Edwards & Smith, Attorneys in Florida, and to other lawyers.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Donation of £1000 to the West Worthing Conservative Fighting Fund from the Westminster Circle, a group of business people originally based in the Carshalton and Wallington constituency for whom I sponsor lunch meetings. The Fighting Fund is not tied to my candidacy but is also used for borough, district and county election expenses and helps other constituencies when possible.
  • Donation of £2500 to the West Worthing Conservative Association from the Westminster Circle.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Many media, sporting, musical, dramatic and other cultural invitations as an MP and a spouse.
  • Infrequent payments by media of damages and/or legal costs as the result of writs after actionable defamation.

8. Land and Property

  • Income from house sharing in London and occasional holiday letting of properties in Isle of Wight and Surrey.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Non-sponsored member of TGWU.
  • Member of Drapers' Company Court and Chairman of Charities Committee.
  • Member of NACRO Council.
  • Frequently I give unpaid advice to charities and to campaigning groups.

Virginia Bottomley - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Member of the Supervisory Board of Akzo Nobel; Dutch multinational company.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for lectures, articles and broadcasting.
  • Partner: Odgers Ray and Berndtson; search and selection consultants.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Media, sporting, musical, dramatic and cultural invitations as MP, former Minister and occasionally as a wife.

8. Land and Property

  • Shared income from house sharing and occasional holiday letting.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Vice-Chairman of the British Council (unpaid).
  • Governor of the London School of Economics (unpaid).
  • Governor of the Ditchley Foundation (unpaid).
  • Patron, Cruse Bereavement Care (unpaid).
  • Vice-Patron, Carers' National Association.
  • Governor of the London Institute (unpaid).
  • Shareholding of below registrable threshold in PatientView Ltd.; a patient publicity and market research firm.

Peter Bradley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from journalism, media appearances, lectures and opinion surveys.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Gift of a Heritage kit, a property marking system, from Smartwater Europe Limited, a company in my constituency. (Registered 7 February 2000)

Keith Bradley - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I occasionally visit Old Trafford Football Ground and Old Trafford Cricket Ground during the season as a guest of Manchester Airport PLC. (Registered 14 June 1999)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Unremunerated director of the Parrs Wood Rural Trust; a charitable company limited by guarantee.

Ben Bradshaw - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I receive small fees (under £100) for occasional appearances on radio and television news and current affairs programmes. All such fees are paid to local constituency charities and organisations.
  • Fee from Guardian Unlimited for daily conference diary. (Registered 12 March 2001)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision of website designed and hosted by Website Ltd. of Exeter.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I received two complimentary tickets for a performance at the Royal Opera House on 20 March 2001, provided by the Royal Opera House. (Registered 22 March 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-21 May 2000, to Germany, with flights and accommodation courtesy of the Deutsch-Englische Gesellschaft. (Registered 28 June 2000)
  • 25-27 June 2000, to Germany, with flights and accommodation courtesy of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. (Registered 28 June 2000)
  • 27-29 November 2001, to Berlin, courtesy of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. (Registered 12 March 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Mortgaged terrace house in Exeter, Devon - rental income.
  • One-third share of terrace house in Salcombe, Devon - no income.

Graham Brady - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional lecturing and public speaking engagements.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Opinion Leader Research Parliamentary Panel.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • June 1999, fee received from Underline Communications for hosting Pension Journalist of the Year Award in the House of Commons, sponsored by AON Consulting.
  • 6 June 2000, fee received from Underline Communications for hosting Pension Journalist of the Year Award.
  • Two courses of lectures to students visiting from USA, Richmond College, between 19 June and 27 July 2000.

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-5 November 2000, to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, to attend a conference organised by the British Tertulias. This trip was paid for jointly by our hosts, and by a grant from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. (Registered 23 November 2000)
  • 15 November 2000, one day visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau as a guest of the Holocaust Educational Trust, who paid for my air fare. (Registered 23 November 2000)
  • 22-25 January 2001, two-day visit to Germany at the invitation of the German Government to discuss employment matters and the Selective Schools System; relating to my responsibilities as Opposition Front Bench spokesman on Education and Employment. (Registered 18 January 2001)

Tom Brake - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Occasional fees for opinion polls.
  • All fees passed to local charities or my constituency party.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the Centre for Environmental Initiatives (non-remunerated).
  • Governor of Carshalton High School for Girls.

Peter Brand - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Partner in NHS GP practice, Brading, Isle of Wight.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for speaking at various medical conferences in the UK. The fees are paid as a donation to my local constituency party.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary membership of Royal Solent Yacht Club.
  • Honorary membership of Seaview Sailing Club.
  • Honorary membership of Ryde Rowing Club.
  • Honorary membership of Bembridge Sailing Club.

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-17 March 2000, British-Netherlands All-Party Parliamentary Group visit to the Netherlands Second Chamber at the Hague. Travel paid by Group from funds donated by declared sponsors, namely Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever and Reid Elsevier. All other expenses met by the Second Chamber. (Registered 5 March 2000)
  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 31 October 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Beechgrove Surgery, Brading, Isle of Wight.
  • Beechgrove Lake Surgery, Lake, Isle of Wight.
  • Both properties owned jointly with my wife, Dr. Jane Brand, and partner, Dr. Richard Loach.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of the Isle of Wight Partnership, which is concerned with the economic and social regeneration of the Isle of Wight.

Julian Brazier - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Freelance journalism and lecturing: writes articles, broadcasts and gives lectures on a freelance basis only.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Proceeds paid to the Red Cross Landmines Appeal.
  • Parliamentary adviser to the British Secondary Metals Association. (£1,001-£5,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • September 2000, lecture tour of three American states. Five lectures, on which honoraria paid by host universities; the fee from Centenary College, Louisiana, exceeded £500. (I gave several "pro-bono" lectures, including one at an English-speaking Union branch in addition to the five I received honoraria for.) I paid all my air tickets. The English-speaking Union paid part of my car hire costs. (Registered 5 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • President of the Conservative Family Campaign.

Colin Breed - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 5-7 June 2000, to Jerusalem to attend conference on "Culture and Community in Jerusalem". Air travel from London and all accommodation costs in Jerusalem funded by the Law Society, Jerusalem. (Registered 12 June 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Lay member, General Medical Council.

Peter Brooke - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism and speeches.
  • Chairman of the Building Societies Ombudsman Council.
  • Member of Lloyd's (resigned).
  • MAPA: All categories of business underwritten except Life (in run-off).

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 2 September 2000, guest of PricewaterhouseCooper at the Oval for final test England v West Indies. (Registered 13 December 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Ecole St. Georges S.A.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Council, University of London.
  • Senior Fellow, Royal College of Art.
  • Presentation Fellow, King's College, London.
  • Honorary Fellow, Queen Mary and Westfield College.
  • Hon. D. Litt., University of Westminster.
  • President of the British Antique Dealers' Association (honorary, though in receipt of an uncovenanted case of wine at Christmas).
  • President of the British Art Market Federation.
  • Trustee, Institute of Contemporary British History.
  • Trustee, Marlburian Club.
  • Trustee, Wordsworth Trust.
  • Patron, The Kennet and Avon Canal Partnership Project.
  • Patron, The Stained Glass Museum 25th Anniversary Appeal.
  • Liveryman of the Drapers' Company (unremunerated).

Gordon Brown - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Help from the Labour Party for research.

Des Browne - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary and Public Affairs Consultant to the William Hill Organisation. (£10,001-£15,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Scottish Power are meeting the costs of video conference equipment installed in my constituency office. British Telecom meet the cost of the rental of ISDN line. I pay for maintenance of the ISDN line and the call charges.

6. Overseas visits

  • 23 July-1 August 2000, to Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi to meet representatives of NGOs, Churchmen, local politicians and government Ministers, as a guest of Christian Aid. (Registered 12 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Non-remunerated director of East Ayrshire Employment Initiative (since 1 May 1998).
  • Non-practising Member of Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh (since 15 May 1999).

Angela Browning - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from television, radio, journalism.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 22 May 2000, guest, with spouse, of Arthur Andersen at the Chelsea Flower Show Preview Gala. (Registered 29 May 2000)
  • 15 July 2000, I was the guest of Exeter International Airport on a flight on Concorde from Heathrow to Exeter International Airport. (Registered 3 August 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 19 February 2000, I received a return air ticket from London to Copenhagen to speak at a conference organised by the "Euro Nej" campaign. (Registered 14 March 2000)

Ian Bruce - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman of Ian Bruce Associates Ltd., a recruitment, management and parliamentary consultancy firm and who own residential letting properties in Dorset, subsuming interests listed below.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary Adviser to Communications Management Association (formerly Telecommunications Managers Association). (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Parliamentary Adviser to Trevor Gilbert & Associates, Personal Injury and Employment Advisers, and TGA Ltd, Telecommunications Recruitment Specialists. (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Opinion poll questionnaires completed on an ad hoc basis for various organisations; fees paid either directly or indirectly to charitable and other good causes.
  • Occasional articles for trade journals.

6. Overseas visits

  • 21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Air fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 9 June 2000)
  • 2-9 November 2000, to the Falkland Islands as a guest of the Falkland Islands Government. (Registered 30 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Residential letting properties in Dorset.
  • Ownership of a flat in London, occasionally loaned and let out for holiday purposes.
  • Ownership of a house in Dorset, part used as a Parliamentary constituency office, part occasional residential lettings and occasional use as a venue for Conservative Party and other charitable events.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Ian Bruce Associates Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman and Director, EURIM Limited (unpaid), a non-profit company formed to monitor and collate information on the European information society as it affects EUand British legislation and to lobby the EU and British ministers and parliamentarians.

Malcolm Bruce - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting and journalism fees.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 14 July 2000, attendance at the first night of the Proms accompanied by my wife as guests of the BBC. (Registered 25 July 2000)
  • Two free Euro Traveller tickets received from British Airways for a promotion for travelling on two Business Class journeys in Europe in the first quarter of the year. (Registered 25 July 2000)
  • 22 July 2000, attendance at the Open Golf Championships accompanied by my wife as guests of Conoco. (Registered 25 July 2000)

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • January 2001, I received an unsolicited personal cheque for £320.33 for a charity of my choice from Uncharted Outposts of Atlanta for whom I acted as host for a lunch in the House of Commons last year. I sent the cheque to the National Deaf Children's Society. (Registered 26 February 2001)

Karen Buck - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional small fees from TV and other media appearances, and from participating in polling research, with the latter income being given directly to charity.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Governor, Wilberforce School (unremunerated).
  • Member, Fund-raising Committee (unremunerated), Kensington Housing Trust.
  • Board member, 'New Life for Paddington' single Regeneration Budget Board.
  • Board member, 'Golborne United' single Regeneration Budget Board.
  • Trustee, Westminster Drugs Project.

Richard Burden - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting fees.
  • Occasional fees for opinion polls, paid to my constituency party.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 22-23 April 2000, passes for British Grand Prix at Silverstone provided by F1A. Transport to circuit arranged by Sir Frank Williams. (Registered 17 May 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 5-8 June 2000, to Jerusalem to attend conference on "Culture and Community in Jerusalem". Air travel and all accommodation costs in Jerusalem funded by the Law Society, Jerusalem. (Registered 12 June 2000)
  • 19-23 January 2001, to Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza, as part of a fact-finding delegation, to assess the impact of occupation on poverty amongst the Palestinian people. Visit organised and funded by War on Want. (Registered 29 January 2001)

Colin Burgon - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for opinion polls for Harris and MORI.

John Burnett - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Senior partner of Burd Pearse, Solicitors of Okehampton and Great Torrington.
  • Partner of A. Craig-Mooney, Solicitors of Tavistock.
  • Farmer.

8. Land and Property

  • Farm and farm cottages in Devon.

Simon Burns - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fee for delivering a speech on 14 July 2000 as part of the Oxford Academic Summer School for American High School Students programme.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • March and July 2000, two cases of wine from The House Magazine for a speech given at a seminar. (Registered 11 July 2000)

Paul Burstow - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Elected member of London Borough of Sutton Council.
  • Occasional payment received for magazine articles and radio appearances.
  • Member of MORI research panel.
  • Member of Gallup research panel.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision of a website by Mr Jeffrey Richards, Managing Director of ABS Training, Sutton, Surrey.
  • Two desktop computers and one printer for use in my Westminster and constituency offices provided by Mr D Ellison, a local party member.

6. Overseas visits

  • 22-24 June 2000, to Stockholm to attend and speak at a conference organised by the ZEUS (Zero Emissions in Urban Society) partnership, who paid for my return flight and accommodation. (Registered 24 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Governor of Westbourne Primary School, Sutton.
  • Hon. President of Sutton Branch of MS Society.

John Butterfill - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Conservation Investments Ltd. (property investment company).
  • Conservation Properties Ltd. (property development company).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary adviser to British Venture Capital Association (BVCA). (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Partner, Butterfill Associates (financial, corporate and real estate consultants).
  • Consultant to Curchod and Co. (Chartered Surveyors) (non-parliamentary).
  • Occasional fees for radio, television, lectures and journalism.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000).
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 4 March 2000, ticket and hospitality at England v Wales rugby match at Twickenham, as guest of the Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance Group. (Registered 15 March 2000)
  • 7-9 June 2000, British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting with Spanish counterparts in Edinburgh. Travel paid for by British Airways and other expenses met from Group funds provided by our declared sponsors, British Gas plc and the Norwich Union plc. Travel within Edinburgh and other hospitality was provided and paid for by the Scottish Executive. (Registered 27 June 2000)
  • 29 June 2000, tickets and hospitality at the All England Tennis Club, Wimbledon, for self and wife as guests of the Provident Financial Group. (Registered 6 July 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 31 January-2 February 2001, to Seville, Spain, for meeting with Spanish colleagues from the Congress of Deputies. Travel paid for out of Group funds provided by declared sponsors, British Gas plc and Norwich Union plc. All other expenses met by our hosts, the Spanish Congress of Deputies. (Registered 14 February 2001)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Conservation Investments and subsidiary companies.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary President, European Property Associates (international property consultancy grouping).
  • Member of the Council of Management of the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals.

Stephen Byers - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • Rental income received in respect of office accommodation in Forest Hall, Newcastle.

Vincent Cable - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional feature articles for newspapers and magazines.
  • Occasional lectures for universities with which I previously had a professional relationship.

Richard Caborn - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Sheffield City Council provides me with premises in Sheffield for use as a parliamentary office, for which I pay rent of £1000 a year, plus a £1000 contribution to adaptation costs. Staff, furniture, services and running costs (excluding rates and power) are paid for by me.

Menzies Campbell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Queen's Counsel.
  • Occasional income from journalism, broadcasting and lecturing, and opinion poll surveys. Fees from opinion poll surveys are paid to charity or to my local Liberal Democrat Association.
  • Fees from The Guardian newspaper for three articles. (£1-£1,000)
  • June 2000, fee from Channel 4 for presenting the 'Powerhouse' programme for three days.
  • Fee from The Daily Express for two articles.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • From 1 December 1996 I have received a financial contribution from the Liberal Democrat Middle East Council for the provision of research services.
  • I am a member of the Commission of Inquiry which was established by the joint Middle East Councils of the Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Labour Parties to inquire into the status of the Palestinian refugees under United Nations Resolution 194. The Commission undertakes visits to the region to take evidence and meet with academics and international lawyers and publishes its findings. Donations of more than £1000 towards the funding of the Commission have been received from:
  • Mr A Qattan
  • The Council of Arab Ambassadors in London

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 5 July 2000 I was the guest of the BBC at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. (Registered 13 July 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 13-16 August 2000, to Los Angeles, USA, to attend the Democratic Convention as an observer. My hotel accommodation for four nights was paid by BBC Scotland, for whom I made a number of broadcasts (for which I received no other fee). (Registered 15 September 2000)
  • 5-10 September 2000, to Damascus and Beirut as a member of the Commission of Inquiry into Palestinian refugees. Travel and expenses paid for by the Commission of Inquiry. Hotel accommodation in Damascus and Beirut paid for by the Meridien Hotel Group. (Registered 10 October 2000)
  • 14-19 February 2001, to Japan to attend the annual conference of the UK Japan 21st Century Group. Air fares and accommodation were paid by the group. (Registered 27 February 2001)

Anne Campbell - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • The Welding Institute (TWI). (£5,001-£10,000)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from broadcasting and journalism.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees made payable to Cambridge Labour Party.
  • Member of BPRI Panel (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000) Fees made payable to Cambridge Labour Party.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Free internet service from Uunet, Cambridge.

8. Land and Property

  • Freehold of holiday cottage in Brittany, France. (No net income from letting this property.)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chair of Opportunity Links; an information service enabling welfare to work for parents (unremunerated).

Dale Campbell-Savours - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payments from public opinion pollsters.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • A proportion of the salary of the constituency organiser met by UNISON.

8. Land and Property

  • A house in London, and a house in my constituency in the Lake District.

Jamie Cann - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

Ivor Caplin - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • MORI Pariamentary Panel.
  • All fees received from the above are donated to Hove Constituency Labour Party.

8. Land and Property

  • Leasehold property for the purpose of hairdressing business.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee, Old Market Trust, Brunswick, Hove.

Roger Casale - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional lectures on British and European politics.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Some financial support for my work as a constituency Member provided by the Arthur Palmer Memorial Trust, created in memory of the first Labour Member to represent Wimbledon.
  • Some material benefit (excluding monetary payments), e.g. office and storage space and use of facilities, including the use of a free postage facility, from the Banking, Insurance and Finance Union (BIFU) (now known as Unify).
  • Reimbursement by GKN (sponsor of the All-Party British Italian Parliamentary Group) of expenses incurred by me in the provision of office facilities (including staff) for servicing the All-Party Group.

6. Overseas visits

  • 18 February 2000, to Florence, Italy, to speak at a conference on Welfare Reform organised by the Institute Fratelli Roselli; travel and expenses paid by the Roselli Institute. (Registered 10 March 2000)
  • 22-24 March 2000, to Rome, Italy, as Chairman of the British-Italian Parliamentary Group to attend a conference on British-Italian Co-operation in the Field of Justice, Immigration and Home Affairs. Meals and overnight accommodation were provided by the Italian Parliament (Carrera dei Deputati). (Registered 4 May 2000)
  • 18-20 May 2000, to Apeldoorn, in The Netherlands, to take part in the first UK-Netherlands Apeldoorn bi-lateral conference. Overnight accommodation, meals and travel costs were paid for by the conference sponsors who included Shell, Unilever and the Dutch Foreign Office. (Registered 26 June 2000)
  • 3-6 November 2000, to Rome, Italy, as Chairman of the All-Party British Italian Parliamentary Group and Head of the British delegation to the Jubilee celebrations for Parliamentarians. I travelled at the invitation of the organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee Year in the Italian Senate, which also paid for my hotel accommodation in Rome. The All-Party British Italian Parliamentary Group paid for my travel costs. (Registered 6 December 2000)
  • 19-22 November 2000, to Rome, Italy, to attend an international conference for Parliamentarians of Italian origin at the invitation of the Speaker of the Italian Chamber of Deputies. The Italian Parliament paid for my hotel accommodation in Rome and my travel expenses. (Registered 6 December 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (non-remunerated) of Wimbledon Civic Forum Trust Ltd.

William Cash - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • The Army of Volunteers for Aid and Assistance to Africa Foundation.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Legal and legislative adviser to Institute of Company Accountants.
  • Consultant to Radcliffe's Crossman Block, solicitors; providing legal, legislative, parliamentary and public affairs advice. (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Solicitor - William Cash & Co.
  • Occasional fees for journalism and radio and television broadcasts.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Research and organisational assistance from the European Foundation (nil remuneration).

8. Land and Property

  • House at Upton Cressett, Shropshire.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated), Africa Speaks Holdings (UK) Limited; African data, information and culture.

Ian Cawsey - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • A lease from North Lincolnshire Council of two rooms in an office block in Brigg on terms appropriate to a not-for-profit organisation.

Sydney Chapman - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional lecturing and writing.
  • Monthly article for Builders' Merchants News. (£1,001-£5,000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Non-practising chartered architect and chartered town and country planner.
  • Unpaid Director (as Governor and trustee) of the Mill Hill School Foundation.
  • Trustee and Director, Chipping Barnet Heritage Trust.

Ben Chapman - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-30 March 2000, to China and Hong Kong; flights paid for by All-Party China Group, costs in China paid for by People's Republic of China, costs in Hong Kong paid for by Special Administrative Region. (Registered 20 March 2000)
  • 5-11 December 2001, to Turkey, accompanied by my wife, as Chair of the All-Party Group for Turkey. Fares and accommodation costs were paid for by the Turkish Government. (Registered 5 March 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Holiday let (flat) in Appleby, Cumbria.
  • Holiday let (cottage) in Appleby, Cumbria.
  • Commercial rented property in Manchester and London.
  • Commercial rented property in the Wirral.

David Chaytor - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 31 January-2 February 2001, to Seville, Spain, with the British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group, for meeting with Spanish colleagues from the Congress of Deputies. Travel paid out of Group funds provided by declared sponsors, British Gas plc and Norwich Union plc. All other expenses met by our hosts, the Spanish Congress of Deputies. (Registered 23 March 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Shared ownership of property in London.
  • Shared ownership of property in Bury.

David Chidgey - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consulting engineer (non-practising).
  • Occasional earnings from television, radio, journalism and lecturing.
  • Parliamentary adviser to the National Market Traders' Federation. (£1,001-£5,000)

8. Land and Property

  • Part ownership, two residential rented properties in Southsea, two residential rented properties in South London.

Malcolm Chisholm - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the Scottish Parliament, drawing one-third of the salary for that body.
  • Deputy Minister for Health and Community Care in the Scottish Parliament.

Christopher Chope - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Carclew Limited; small private company which provides business consultancy services but excludes advice on parliamentary or public affairs.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I am a barrister, currently non-practising.
  • Occasional broadcasting and journalism.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Carclew Limited.

Judith Church - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism.

Michael Clapham - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt, accompanied by my spouse, at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 8 June 2000)

James Clappison - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • L. Clappison Limited; plant-hire, contracting and agricultural company: no longer actively trading.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister.
  • Farmer: 90 acres.
  • Member of Lloyd's. (Resigned 31 December 1994.)
  • Categories of business underwritten for open years: All.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • In connection with my front bench duties I receive assistance on tax computations from an individual employed by KPMG.

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-23 January 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority as a guest of the Israeli Government, Conservative Friends of Israel and Isrotel. (Registered 21 March 2000)
  • 25-27 November 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority as a guest of United Jewish Israel Appeal (UJIA). (Registered 13 December 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Five rented houses in Patrington and two in Withernsea, North Humberside.
  • Rented shop (small hairdresser's) in Patrington, North Humberside.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) L. Clappison Limited. (as from April 1992).

Paul Clark - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). Fees donated for the work of my Constituency Labour Party.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • A donation of £1000 per annum is made to my constituency party by the Amalgamated Engineering Union.

Michael Clark - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • M.A.T. Group Ltd., an international transport company.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary Adviser to Royal Society of Chemistry. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Parliamentary Adviser to British Chemical Engineering Contractors Association. (£1001-£5000)
  • Parliamentary Adviser to British Gas PLC. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Adviser on energy matters to Wood Mackenzie; global consultants. (£1,001-£5,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-13 April 2000, to Brazil with the British-Brazilian All-Party Group, paid for by BG International. (Registered 10 May 2000)

Lynda Clark - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Queen's Counsel at Scots Bar (not practising).
  • I am also a member of English Bar (not practising).

8. Land and Property

  • House in Dundee and a flat in Edinburgh (owned with my husband).

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of UNISON trade union.
  • Honorary member of the Smith Institute, London.
  • Honorary co-opted member of the Lowland Territorial Auxiliary and Volunteer Reserve Association.
  • Governing Bencher of Inner Temple.

David Clark - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Homeowners Friendly Society.
  • Thales UK PLC (formerly Thomson-CSF PLC) (non-executive); electronics and systems.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Adviser to British Retail Consortium for parliamentary services as part of a wider agreement. (£5,001-£10,000)

Tom Clarke - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 10 February 2000, I attended the annual conference of the British Incoming Tours Operators Association (BITOA) in Belfast. Overnight accommodation and flight costs were met by BITOA. (Registered 2 March 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 17-20 October 2000, to Tunisia as chair of the All-Party Group on Tunisia. Travel and accommodation costs paid for by Tunisian Embassy. (Registered 7 November 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman and non-executive director of Corsham Studios (unpaid).
  • Vice-President of the Disabled Drivers' Association (unpaid).

Tony Clarke - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Northampton Borough Council.
  • Occasional opinion polls, payments made to charity.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Northampton Town Football Club (unremunerated).

Kenneth Clarke - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman (non-executive) of Unichem PLC.
  • Foreign and Colonial Investment Trust PLC.
  • Deputy Chairman and director of British American Tobacco PLC.
  • Independent News and Media (UK).
  • Chairman (non-executive) of Savoy Asset Management PLC.
  • Chairman (non-executive) of British American Racing (Holdings) Limited.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I receive occasional fees for journalism and lecturing engagements, on a self-employed basis.
  • Weekly commentary or interview for Bloomberg Television. (£20,001-£25,000)
  • Adviser on international project promotion to Teledesic LLC; private un-quoted American company which aims to establish a global, satellite based telecommunications network.
  • 29 March 2000, fee from Philip Allan Updates for a speaking engagement.
  • 30 March 2000, fee from COMDISCO (UK) plc for a speaking engagement.
  • 4 April 2000, fee from Nabarro Nathanson for a speaking engagement.
  • 6 June 2000, fee from Richmond Events - Personal Investment Marketing Conference for a speaking engagement.
  • 9 June 2000, fee from Schroders, Salomon, Smith, Barney for a speaking engagement.
  • 2 November 2000, fee for a lecture at a dinner organised by Messrs. Dibb Lupton Alsop in Manchester.
  • 15 November 2000, fee from Ashburton Asset Management for a speaking engagement in Jersey. (Registered 29 November 2000)
  • 21 March 2001, fee from HS Financial Publishing for a speech to the Treasurers' Forum in London. (Registered 22 March 2001)
  • 30 March 2001, fee for a speaking engagement for the National Housing Federation Annual Finance Conference at the University of Warwick. (Registered 11 April 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 19 March 2000, my wife and I received lunch and tickets for the rugby match between Wales and Scotland, as guests of the Welsh Rugby Football Union. (Registered 21 March 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 8-11 March 2001, to Johannesburg, South Africa, to deliver a lecture at an occasion arranged by Deutsche Bank, who paid for my travel, accommodation and a fee. (Registered 16 March 2001)

Eric Clarke - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • The fees from these organisations were paid directly to the Midlothian Constituency Labour Party.
  • Parliamentary adviser to Scottish Coal. (£5,001-£10,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 6-13 October 2000, to Cyprus to attend Morphou Rally at the invitation of the Greek Cypriot Federation who paid for travel and hotel accommodation. (Registered 26 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director-Trustee of Scottish Mining Museum (Lady Victoria), Newtongrange, Midlothian (unremunerated).

Charles Clarke - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Two tickets for the 2000 FA Cup Final, from AXA Insurance. (Registered 6 July 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Following our long-standing personal friendship, Michael Grabiner and I held a joint 50th birthday party in September 2000, of which he paid 80% of the costs.

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Arable farming in the UK
  • Associate of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

8. Land and Property

  • Agricultural holdings in Norfolk and Gloucestershire.
  • Small amount of forestry in Scotland.

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • December 2000, I received a pair of silver cuff links from Tiffany & Co., as a Christmas gift from His Excellency G.A. Algosaibi, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia. (Registered 11 January 2001)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Alder Investment Ltd; investment management.

Ann Clwyd - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary and political adviser to IPMS (including CMA and STE). (£1,001-£5,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Computing equipment on loan from INDICT, the campaign to bring Iraqi war criminals to justice.

6. Overseas visits

  • 13-17 July 2000, to Turkey to visit the site of the proposed Ilisu Dam, sponsored by the Ilisu Dam Campaign based in London. Hospitality was provided by Turkish political parties. (Registered 27 July 2000)
  • 30 April 2001, to Turkey to see a Turkish MP in prison. The flight was paid for by Kurdish groups based in London. (Registered 9 May 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • I am the owner of a small house in Mid Wales from which I receive a small rental.

Vernon Coaker - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member, League Against Cruel Sports.
  • Member, National Union of Teachers.
  • Member, Socialist Education Association.
  • Member, Friends of the Earth.
  • Member, AEEU.

Iain Coleman - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Financial support towards the administrative and other costs of the Iain Coleman InTouch with Business Project, a business liaison project run in my constituency, principally from Barclays Bank PLC, Coca-Cola Great Britain and Seagram UK Ltd.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 9 April 2000, three tickets and hospitality at the FA Cup semi-final provided by McDonald's. (Registered 10 April 2000)

Tim Collins - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from broadcasting and journalism.
  • Fee from Border TV for appearing in a television discussion recorded on 20 October 2000.
  • Fee from the BBC received 2 February 2001 for an appearance on "Any Questions".
  • Fee from Border TV received 2 February for an appearance in a televised debate.

8. Land and Property

  • Golf course, equestrian centre, farmland and buildings in Essex, as eventual joint beneficiary of my late father's estate.

Tony Colman - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 11 March 200, family ticket for two adults and two children to the Millennium Dome provided by BAA. (Registered 3 May 2000)
  • July 2000, two tickets for my wife and me to the Royal Box at The Championships, Wimbledon, provided by the All England Lawn Tennis Club. (Registered 3 August 2000)
  • July 2000, two tickets for my wife and me to the Davis Cup at Wimbledon, provided by the Lawn Tennis Association. (Registered 3 August 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-14 May 2000, to Madeira, to attend EU Parliamentary Meeting on Renewable Energy, costs partly met by the Portuguese Government. (Registered 16 May 2000)
  • 18-26 April 2000, to Pakistan paid for by Friends of Pakistan. (Registered 3 May 2000)
  • 9-12 September 2000, to Gibraltar. Air fare and accommodation for my wife and myself paid for by the Gibraltar Government. (Registered 5 October 2000)
  • 29 September-8 October 2000, to India. Air tickets paid for by Labour Friends of India, in country costs paid for by the Government of India. (Registered 5 October 2000)
  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 30 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Governor, Music Therapy Charity (unremunerated).
  • Director, London First Centre (unremunerated).
  • Director, Polka Children's Theatre (unremunerated).
  • Member of the Board, Public Private Partnership Programme Ltd (unremunerated).

Michael Connarty - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).(£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for journalism, media appearances etc.

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark to take part in a study tour of wind power sites, organised by the Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG). Tour sponsored by National Windpower (UK). (Registered 5 December 2000)
  • 3-6 November 2000, my wife and I attended the Jubilee Celebrations for Parliamentarians in Rome, at the invitation of the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee Year in the Italian Senate, which also paid for my wife's and my hotel accommodation while in Rome. My wife and I met our own travel costs to Rome. (Registered 5 December 2000)

Frank Cook - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • February 2000, loan from Conoco for nine days of a Ford Mondeo powered by liquefied petroleum gas for purposes of testing and evaluation. (Registered 18 February 2000)
  • September/October 1999, I took possession of some second-hand office furniture from Haverton Hill Engineering Ltd. in exchange for some of my second-hand office furniture. (Registered 12 March 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 23-24 July 2000, to Brussels, to visit NATO HQ to receive formal briefing on the use of cluster bomb units in the recent Kosovo campaign and the legacy of UXO, in that region generally. Travel cost paid in part by the UK Working Group on Landmines. (Registered 25 July 2000)
  • 26-27 January 2001, to Turkey, in order to introduce two scientists, two engineers and a financier to senior executives of the Turkish state water and energy corporation. Costs of travel and accommodation were met by Aquamarine Oil & Gas GB Ltd. (Registered 12 March 2001)

Robin Cook - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • My constituency party receives a regular donation of more than £500 per annum from the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I have received occasional hospitality at a number of race courses.
  • 31 December 1999, I received five tickets from the New Millennium Experience Company for the opening ceremony at the Millennium Dome. (Registered 17 February 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Residential flat in Central London which is let.

Yvette Cooper - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Journalist: occasional contributions to various newspapers and periodicals, and broadcasting.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I receive support from a former constituent, David Newton of Newton-Smith Associates, who is creating and will service a website for me free of charge.

Robin Corbett - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member, Harris Parliamentary Panel. Fees donated to Erdington Labour Party.
  • Polls completed for MORI on ad hoc basis. Fees donated to Erdington Labour Party.

6. Overseas visits

  • 25-27 February 2000, to Thessaloniki, Greece, to lecture at Young Parliamentarians' Project run by Centre for Democracy and Reconciliation in South-East Europe. Return fare and hotel paid by Centre. No fee. (Registered 29 February 2000)
  • 22-24 March 2000, to Rome to attend British-Italian Parliamentary Group Conference on Home Affairs. Hotel accommodation paid for by Italian Parliament. (Registered 30 March 2000)
  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt, with spouse, at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 10 May 2000)
  • 8-12 October 2000, to Bahrain accompanied by spouse, on study tour at the invitation and expense of the Gulf Centre for Strategic Studies. (Registered 3 November 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director, Rehab UK (unremunerated).
  • Member, Wilton Park Academic Council (unremunerated).

Jeremy Corbyn - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for media interviews etc.
  • Lectures to Civil Service College.

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-15 November 2000, to India, to attend National Convention for Nuclear Disarmament. Travel costs paid by me. Accommodation at the Jaharwal Nehru University guest house and most local transport paid for by organisers. (Registered 14 January 2001)
  • 6-12 December 2000, to Chile, to address a Reunion of Victims of Torture at Villa Grimaldi organised by Human Rights Groups. Return travel paid by donations from Chilean Human Rights Groups in Britain. Accommodation provided by hosts in their homes. (Registered 14 January 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Share of ownership of freehold of property in London N19.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Shareholder, Hornsey Labour Party Premises Society Ltd (no dividend received).
  • Director of Blackstock-Highbury Vale Trust, whose purpose is the renovation of Elizabeth House, Hurlock Street N5, an advice bureau and community centre (no fee received).
  • Director of Campaign Group News (no fee paid).

Patrick Cormack - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Journalism and other writing, broadcasting and lecturing.
  • Quarterly article for First Magazine, entitled Parliamentary Round-up. (£1-£1,000)
  • President (International Affairs) of First Magazine.
  • Programme adviser to the Catholic University of America. (The fee includes the cost of secretarial assistance.) (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Editor of the House Magazine. (£15,001-£20,000)
  • Adviser to the publisher of the House Magazine on his other publications, including the Church of England Newspaper.
  • Public affairs and parliamentary adviser to Machinery Users' Association. (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Heritage adviser to Linford-Bridgeman Ltd.; conservation and restoration company.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Free establishment of web-site by Square Eye Ltd., nominal value £1,200.

6. Overseas visits

  • March 2000, to Rijeka, Croatia, to celebrate the opening of the Bonavia Hotel as guest of the Wren's Hotel Group, of which my son is a General Manager. Travel and hospitality for one night in Croatia met by the Wren's Hotel Group. (Registered 14 March 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Adviser (unpaid) to the Heritage Building Contractors Group.

Jean Corston - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister at Law (no longer practising).

8. Land and Property

  • Property in Co. Kerry, Republic of Ireland.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Tribune Publications Ltd. (unpaid).
  • Trustee of ASDAN (Award Scheme Development Accreditation Network).

Brian Cotter - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman, Plasticable Ltd.; private company, manufacturer of plastic extrusions.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Plasticable Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of The Genesis Initiative Ltd.; promoting the interests of small business at national and international level.

Jim Cousins - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from writing and articles.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees are donated elsewhere.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). Fees are donated elsewhere.
  • Member of Advisory Group of Shareholder Services; an online financial services news and information service (February-May 2000). The fee was donated elsewhere and no direct financial benefit came to me.

Tom Cox - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • Rental income from house in Wandsworth, London.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Parliamentary adviser (unpaid) to Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society.

James Cran - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Various fees from television and lectures.

Ross Cranston - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Author.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • The GMB have agreed to donate 25% of my total General Election expenditure. (Registered2 May 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (ex-officio) of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales (unremunerated).

John Cryer - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for journalism and radio, TV appearances, all of which I donate to charities, usually in Hornchurch, or to Hornchurch Constituency Labour Party.

John Cummings - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payments for opinion polls, all of which are forwarded direct to the charity, Haswell MENCAP.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Loan of a mobile telephone from Orange, a firm located in my constituency. (Registered 13 March 2000)
  • Occasional visits to the Stadium of Light as a guest of the Chairman of Sunderland AFC. (Registered 2 January 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-31 March 2000, to the People's Republic of China and Hong Kong. Flights paid for by All-Party Britain China Parliamentary Group, costs in China paid for by People's Republic of China, costs in Hong Kong paid for by Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. (Registered 11 April 2000)
  • 3-17 September 2000, to China, travel to China paid by myself, all travel and accommodation in China provided by the Chinese Association for International Understanding. (Registered 26 September 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Parliamentary adviser to the National Association of Licensed House Managers. Honorary position, not remunerated in any form.
  • Parliamentary adviser to the National Association of Councillors. Honorary position, not remunerated in any form.

Roseanna Cunningham - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Faculty of Advocates - non-practising.
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.
  • Occasional fees for journalism.

Jack Cunningham - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Brinkburn Associates (political and public policy consultancy).
  • Anderson MacGraw (Partner) (political and public policy consultancy).

3. Clients

  • The following are clients of Brinkburn Associates (see category 1):
  • Allied Deals PLC; metals manufacturers and producers.
  • British Greyhound Racing Board.
  • Hickson International PLC; chemicals.
  • Parkhill (development and land reclamation).

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Tickets and hospitality at St. James Park from Newcastle United Football Club.
  • September 2000, two days fishing and hospitality as a guest of Scottish Coal. (Registered 1 November 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-6 February 2001, to Nairobi; travel and accommodation provided by the PTA Bank. (Registered 17 April 2001)
  • 21-27 April 2001, to Japan, at the invitation of the Japan Atomic Industry Forum. Transport and accommodation provided by JAIF. (Registered 8 May 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • President of the Industry Forum (unremunerated). The Forum exists to promote a dialogue between Labour and the private sector. I receive no benefit of any kind.

David Curry - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Freelance journalism.
  • Monthly column for Farming News. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Monthly column for Building Homes. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Monthly column for Local Government Chronicle. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Occasional seminar engagements for the Improvement and Development Agency for Local Government. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Fee from the Local Government Association for authorship of a pamphlet on local government.

6. Overseas visits

  • 28 February-1 March 2001, to Poland, at the invitation of the Polish Government to discuss enlargement of the European Union to include Poland and other countries with particular reference to agricultural issues. The Polish Government paid for the travel, accommodation and board. (Registered 6 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Vice-President of the Local Government Association (unremunerated).
  • Member of the Council of the British Association for Central and Eastern Europe (unremunerated).

Claire Curtis-Thomas - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional speaking engagements. All fees donated to a named charity.

6. Overseas visits

  • 18-27 February 2000, to India; flights paid for by Labour Friends of India which is funded by donations from various British Indian companies and individuals. Hospitality and travel were provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 10 March 2000)
  • 21 September-2 October 2000, to Hong Kong, accompanied by my husband. My air fare and hotel accommodation were paid for by the Hong Kong Government. (Registered 20 November 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
  • Senator, Engineering Council (4 year term).
  • I actively work with the Institutions (Engineering), the Marine Engineering Training Board, the Academy of Engineering and the Engineering Council to promote public understanding and recognition of the engineering profession and activity.
  • Occasional organiser of conferences on engineering matters. I receive no payment myself, and any surplus over hire of facilities and administrative and staff costs is donated to an engineering charity.
  • Director (unremunerated) of the Telford Challenge; organisation to promote the public understanding of civil engineering projects.
  • Trustee, The Venus Project (Sefton).

Tam Dalyell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Weekly columnist, "New Scientist" since 1967.
  • Occasional obituaries for The Independent.

Alistair Darling - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the Faculty of Advocates, no longer in practice.

Keith Darvill - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Partner in Kenneth Elliott & Rowe, solicitors in Romford, Essex.

6. Overseas visits

  • 7-17 September 1999, to Syria, Jordan, the Palestinian Authority and the Occupied West Bank. Hospitality provided by the Syrian People's Assembly and the Jordanian Parliament. Travel and accommodation costs were paid by the Council of Arab Ambassadors. (Registered 17 March 2000)
  • 18-27 February 2000, to India; flights paid for by Labour Friends of India, which is funded by donations from various British Indian companies and individuals. Hospitality provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 17 March 2000)

Edward Davey - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Financial support from the 56 Club, a constituency focused fund raising club which makes regular donations to me to assist in my work in the constituency, which was set up in April 1999 for this sole purpose. Its members are friends, family and party supporters.

Valerie Davey - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the National Union of Teachers.
  • Director (unpaid), Learning Partnership West.

Ian Davidson - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Glasgow City Council provides me with the use of a room at a swimming pool for surgeries twice a month.

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-31 March 2000, to the People's Republic of China and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Flights paid for by All-Party Britain-China Parliamentary Group, costs in China paid for by People's Republic of China, costs in Hong Kong paid for by Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. (Registered 20 April 2000)
  • 16-22 September 2000, to the Republic of Korea. Air travel and hotel costs were met by the Korean Government. (Registered 23 November 2000)
  • 29 September-8 October 2000, to India, sponsored by Labour Friends of India, which is funded by many individual donors in the UK. Particular sponsorship for flights to India came from the Chamber of Indian Industry and internal hospitality was provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 23 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Joint ownership of a flat in Glasgow from which I receive rental income.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Unpaid adviser to Association of University Teachers (Scotland).

Ron Davies - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the National Assembly for Wales.
  • Occasional fees for lectures and speaking engagements.

Geraint Davies - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Marketing Director, Equity Creative Ltd.; a design company - no salary received for last three years.
  • Partner, Pure Crete; holiday company.
  • Managing Director, Pure Aviation Ltd; buys flights on behalf of Pure Crete.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Pure Aviation Ltd.
  • (a) Equity Creative Ltd.

Denzil Davies - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister.

8. Land and Property

  • Joint ownership of a house in London.

Quentin Davies - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • NorWest Holst Group PLC; construction and public works.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Adviser to Royal Bank of Scotland Financial Markets. (£20,001-£25,000)
  • Parliamentary Consultant to the Chartered Institute of Taxation. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for journalism, broadcasts, lectures and surveys.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 7-9 June 2000, British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting with Spanish counterparts in Edinburgh. Travel paid for by British Airways and other expenses met from Group funds provided by our declared sponsors, British Gas plc and the Norwich Union plc. Travel within Edinburgh and other hospitality was provided and paid for by the Scottish Executive. (Registered 17 June 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • March 2000, to The Hague for a meeting of the British-Netherlands Parliamentary Group. Travel provided by the sponsors (Shell, Unilever and Reed Elsevier) and local hospitality by the Tweede Kamer. (Registered 23 March 2000)
  • May 2000, to Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, to take part in the Apeldoorn Conference. Travel and accommodation provided by the sponsors who included Unilever PLC and Royal Dutch Shell B.V. (Registered 12 June 2000)
  • September 2000, to Cadenabbia, Italy, to attend conference. I paid my own air fare but my accommodation and meals were provided by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. (Registered 26 September 2000)
  • 3-6 November 2000, I attended the Jubilee Celebrations for Parliamentarians held in Rome, at the invitation of the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee Year in the Italian Senate. Board, lodging and hospitality provided by the Vatican. I met my own travel costs to Rome. (Registered 22 January 2001)
  • November 2000, to Paris to attend Centre for Economic Policy Research conference. I expect half of my expenses to be paid by the CEPR. (Registered 22 January 2001)
  • December 2000, I spent two days on board the USS George Washington as a guest of the US Navy, who also provided me with transport to and from the ship. (Registered 2 April 2001)
  • March 2001, to Paris to visit Thales S.A. I paid for my accommodation; Thales paid for transport. (Registered 14 March 2001)
  • March 2001, to Potsdam, Germany, to take part in Koenigswinter Conference. Travel and accommodation provided by the organisers, whose sponsors include the Auswaertiges Amt, the Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society and the Ostdeutsche Sparkassen-und Giroverband. (Registered 27 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Executive Committee and Finance Committee of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) (unremunerated).
  • President of the South Lincolnshire Alzheimer's Disease Society (unremunerated).

David Davis - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Author.
  • November 2000, I attended and spoke at Hudson Institute Conference on the English Speaking Nations, held in Berkshire. Expenses and honorarium paid by the Hudson Institute.
  • Occasional other income from articles, speeches, broadcasting and lectures.
  • Fee for presenting Channel 4 Powerhouse programme. (Three programmes in week beginning 12 March 2001) (Registered 13 March 2001)

Terry Davis - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for responses to opinion polls.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Assistance with the social services, housing and urban renewal problems of people living in the Hodge Hill Constituency - received from the employees of two charitable organisations known as the Hodge Hill Housing Advice Project and the East Birmingham Project.

Stephen Day - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 25-26 February 2000, two nights accommodation at the Windermere Hydro Hotel, Windermere, during the North West Conservative Clubs Advisory Council Conference, paid for by the Association of Conservative Clubs (ACC) in my capacity as Chairman of the ACC. (Registered 15 March 2000)
  • 3-4 March 2000, two nights accommodation at the Livermead Cliff Hotel, Torquay, during the Western Area Conservative Clubs Conference, paid for by the ACC in my capacity as Chairman of the ACC. Return travel from London to Torquay also provided. (Registered 15 March 2000)
  • April 2000, 00 Scale model of Virgin locomotive in "name" West Coast Rail 250 in glass presentation case, presented to me by Virgin Trains in my capacity as joint chairman of West Coast Main Line All-Party Group following the naming ceremony. (Registered 17 May 2000)
  • Year membership of the St. Stephen's Constitutional Club paid by the Association of Conservative Clubs in my capacity as their Chairman. (Registered 19 December 2000)
  • 20-21 October 2000, two nights accommodation and food at the St. George's Hotel, Llandudno, paid for by the Association of Conservative Clubs whilst attending the Welsh area ACC Conference in my capacity as Chairman of the ACC. (Registered 19 December 2000)
  • 6-7 April 2001, accommodation for one night and meals at the De Vere Hotel, Blackpool, at the Working Men's Club and Institute Union (CIU) weekend conference. Travel and expenses also met by the CIU. I attended the conference in my capacity as joint chairman of the All-Party Non-Profit Making Clubs Group. (Registered 9 May 2001)

Janet Dean - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • Part share of four residential properties in Cheshire as part of my late grandfather's estate.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman, Burton Breweries Charitable Trust (unremunerated).
  • President, East Staffordshire Racial Equality Council (unremunerated).
  • President, Relate: East Staffordshire Marriage Guidance (unremunerated).
  • Honorary President, Uttoxeter Citizens' Advice Bureau.

Andrew Dismore - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Solicitor, partner in Russell, Jones and Walker.
  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.
  • Fee from Associated Newspapers for writing an article on corporate manslaughter.

6. Overseas visits

  • 6-11 October 2000, to Cyprus; cost of outward flight, accommodation and meals met by Barnet Friends of Morphou, Morphou Municipality and Friends of Cyprus. (Registered 18 October 2000)

Jim Dobbin - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-15 September 2000, to Brussels, Antwerp and Rotterdam with the All-Party Parliamentary Rail Freight Group, to gain information and experience on rail freight connections in the ports and to meet officials and parliamentarians in Brussels on the same subject. Visit arranged and funded by the Rail Freight Group. (Registered 12 November 2000)
  • 3-6 November 2000, my wife and I attended the Jubilee Celebrations for Parliamentarians held in Rome, at the invitation of the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee Year in the Italian Senate, which also paid for my wife's and my hotel accommodation while in Rome. My wife and I met our own travel costs to Rome. (Registered 30 November 2000)

Frank Dobson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from broadcasting and journalism.
  • July 2000, fee from Channel 4 for chairing the Powerhouse programme on two days.
  • Fee from Dr. Foster Ltd. for an article on the NHS.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • The following donations were received towards my campaign for nomination as Labour Party candidate for London Mayor:
  • Soho Spice Restaurant £5000
  • Iron and Steel Trades Federation £5500
  • Sally Greene, SW1 £2000
  • John Miskelly, N1 £2000
  • GMB London Region £2000
  • Robert and Moira Latham, NW1 £1000
  • Asian Business Network £1000
  • Prof R.J.Rowden, SW16 £1000
  • Mrs J Cohen, SW1 £1000
  • Clive Bourne, Essex £10,000
  • Frank Lowe, SW1 £25,000
  • Barry Townsley, NW8 £10,000
  • Isaac Kaye, W1 £10,000
  • Sir Maurice Hatter, NW8 £25,000
  • Wahid Ali, N1 £15,000

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 30 May 2000, I formally launched Great North Eastern Railway's new White Rose service between London and York which included a free return journey and meals on the train. (Registered 1 June 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • House in Dunnington, near York.

Jeffrey M Donaldson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Partner in The Financial Research Partnership; independent financial advisers and estate agents.
  • Fees from the Daily Telegraph for two articles in December 1999.
  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • From beginning November 2000 I have benefited from the assistance of a Research Assistant who is participating in an intern scheme operated by the Christian Group CARE, who pay an allowance towards his daily living costs.

Brian H Donohoe - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Small payments received for completing research surveys, which are passed on to other organisations.
  • Occasional fees for media appearances and lectures.

Frank Doran - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 18-27 February 2000, to India; flights paid for by Labour Friends of India, which is funded by donations from various companies and individuals with connections to India. Hospitality and internal travel was provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 10 March 2000)

Stephen Dorrell - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Faithful Group Ltd.; industrial clothing manufacturer, and its wholly-owned subsidiaries:
  • Faithful Ltd.
  • Faithful Nederland BV.
  • Faithful Inc.
  • Bristol Uniforms Ltd.; manufacturer of firefighter clothing.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Faithful Group Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee, Uppingham School.
  • Governor, Loughborough Endowed Schools.

David Drew - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 20 December 2000)

Julia Drown - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from opinion polls.

Alan Duncan - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • The Venture Practice Group Ltd. (non-executive); a company providing strategic marketing advice and corporate finance to technology companies.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Owner of Harcourt Consultants, adviser on energy and privatisation matters to foreign companies operating outside the UK, including the Desertel/Desertline group.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 26 February 2001, I was a guest of the British Phonographic Industry at the Brit Awards 2001. (Registered 27 February 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 4-7 September 2000, to Oman as a guest of the Government of Oman. (Registered 12 September 2000)
  • 16-23 November 2000, to Oman as a guest of the Government of Oman. (Registered 30 November 2000)
  • 1-4 January 2001, to Oman as a guest of the government of Oman. (Registered 8 January 2001)

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • 19-23 May 2000, emergency treatment provided by Royal Hospital of Oman. (Registered 30 May 2000)
  • May 2000, gift of a pair of cufflinks from the Government of Oman. (Registered 30 May 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Rental income from residential property in London.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Sigma Motors (Pvt) Ltd.

Gwyneth Dunwoody - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 7-11 August 2000, to Nigeria to contribute to a Seminar on Parliamentary Scrutiny. I was the guest of the National Assembly of Nigeria which met my expenses. (Registered 7 December 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Part ownership of a house in Fulham.

Maria Eagle - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 27-29 October 2000, to Berlin/Potsdam to attend seminars on social policy and European policy. My accommodation was paid for by the Freidrich Ebert Stiftung, which organised the seminars. (Registered 13 November 2000)

Angela Eagle - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Wirral Metropolitan Borough provide me with the use of a room three times a month for the purpose of holding my advice surgeries.

Huw Edwards - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from opinion polling organisations. Fees donated to constituency charities.
  • Occasional fees from broadcasting and lecturing.

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-4 August 2000, to Prague, Czech Republic, with the Parliamentary Football Team. Flights and accommodation paid for by the following sponsors; Anglian Water, Zepter-International, Hotel-intercontinental CSA-Czech Airlines.

Clive Efford - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-17 September 2000, to China; travel to China paid by myself, all travel and accommodation in China provided by the Chinese Association for International Understanding. (Registered 18 October 2000)
  • 2-4 August 2000, to Czech Republic with parliamentary football team. Travel and hospitality costs met by Anglian Water; cost of football kit met by Nationwide. (Registered 27 October 2000)

Louise Ellman - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision of premises for surgery for constituents free of charge by the Lodge Lane Credit Union, the Eldonian Trust, St. Michael's and Lark Lane Community Association and the Southern Neighbourhood Council.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 29 October 2000, I was a guest of Littlewoods at the Liverpool v Everton Premiership match. (Registered 2 February 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 25-27 November 2000, to Israel as the guest of the United Jewish Israel Appeal, who paid my expenses. (Registered 30 November 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Vice-President of ICOM (Industrial Common Ownership Movement).
  • Vice-President of Local Government Association.
  • Vice-Chair of Poale Zion.
  • Vice-Chair of the Inter Parliamentary Council Against Antisemitism.

Peter Emery - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Winglaw Investments Limited; property developers, house builders, project management of property, building and site development.
  • London MOT Centre Ltd.; motor testing and garages.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for writing, television and broadcasting.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) London MOT Centre Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee (unremunerated), National Asthma Campaign; the asthma charity.

Jeff Ennis - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for opinion polls.

6. Overseas visits

  • 23 August-3 September 2000, to Cyprus, accompanied by my wife and son, for meetings with political leaders including Parliamentary Leader of Government (Democratic Rally) Party, Panayiotis Demetriou MP, and Parliamentary Leader of Main Opposition (Akel) Party, Andreas Christou MP, and others; partly paid for by the World Federation of Overseas Cypriots. (Registered 1 November 2000)

Bill Etherington - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Donation of a Minicom 7000 Text telephone for use at constituency office from BT and Royal National Institute for the Deaf.

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-15 September 2000, to Brussels, Antwerp and Rotterdam, paid for by the All-Party Railfreight Group, who met the costs of travel, accommodation and food. (Registered 2 November 2000)
  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 2 November 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the North East Miners Welfare Trust (unpaid).

Nigel Evans - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Owner of a retail convenience store in Swansea.
  • Occasional lecturing to overseas students.
  • Consultant (including on Parliamentary and political issues) to NewsMax.com.; a business news service company. Remuneration in the form of shares in the company (£1,001-£5,000).
  • Member of Board of Advisors to Mansat Limited; a telecommunications company. I receive remuneration in the form of a shareholding which is below the threshold for registration.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • 6 months free line rental and installation of ADSL From British Telecom in my House of Commons office. (Registered 24 April 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Complimentary membership of Stringfellows.
  • Complimentary membership of the gym at County Hall from Whitbreads.

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 10 May 2000)
  • 1-3 May, to New York to attend New Media Conference; airfare and accommodation paid for by Newsmax.com. (Registered 10 May 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • NewsMax.com.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Ad hoc television/radio interviews.
  • Director (unpaid) of Networking for Industry.
  • Director (unpaid) of Small Business Bureau.

Margaret Ewing - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Scottish Parliament.

David Faber - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Freestream Aircraft Ltd.; private aircraft hire.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Underwriting Member of Lloyd's.
  • Categories of business: All except Life.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Sterling Marketing Ltd. (marketing consultants).

Michael Fabricant - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional contributions to press and broadcasting.
  • Parliamentary reviewer for the Institution of Electrical Engineers on engineering matters. Fee received is passed on in full for researcher for IEE. (£1,001-£5,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision, free of charge, by SolNet Systems Limited of Lichfield of internet site detailing my parliamentary and constituency work on the world wide web.

8. Land and Property

  • House in Maine, USA, lived in by friends who maintain the property but do not pay rent.

Michael Fallon - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Just Learning Ltd; nursery schools.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fees from occasional market research, journalism and lecturing.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Just Learning Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated), International Care and Relief; overseas charity based in Kent.

Ronnie Fearn - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Councillor, Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council.

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-6 November 2000, to Rome to attend the Jubilee Celebrations for Parliamentarians, at the invitation of the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee Year in the Italian Senate, who paid for my hotel accommodation. I met my own travel costs to Rome. (Registered 13 December 2000)

Frank Field - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Freelance writer and journalist.
  • Regular column in the Sunday People. (£15,001-£20,000)
  • Occasional fees for public speaking engagements.
  • Monthly column for PensionsWeek, a publication owned by Pearson. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Three articles for Financial Adviser journal. (£1-£1,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision of a research secretary by the Institute of Community Studies.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 22 July 2000, I was the guest of the Prudential at a lunch and performance at Glyndebourne. (Registered 6 October 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • House in Chiswick.

Jim Fitzpatrick - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • The Fire Protection Association (non-executive). (£5,001-£10,000)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fee received for chairing conference of the Fire Industry Council in Birmingham on 11 May 1999. The Council also met the cost of my fares.
  • Fee received for setting up and chairing the National Council of the Fire Protection Association, and launching UK Fire Safety Week.
  • Fee received from Hope College, University of Michigan, in respect of speaking to a group from the college, on 18 May 2000.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Two season tickets to West Ham United FC Director's Box for 2000/1. (Registered 11 October 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-4 August 2000, to Prague with the Parliamentary Football Team, costs met by Anglian Water. (Registered 11 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership (unremunerated).

Lorna Fitzsimons - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I receive occasional fees for media work and lecturing.
  • I lecture for two terms a year to politics students at Richmond College. (£1,001-£5,000)

Howard Flight - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Joint Chairman, Investec Asset Management Ltd.
  • Director of the following subsidiary and associated companies:
  • Investec Global Strategy Fund Ltd. (Guernsey) (remunerated personally).
  • Investec International Accumulation Fund Ltd. (Guernsey) (remunerated personally).
  • Investec Asset Management Ireland Limited (Ireland) (unremunerated).
  • Investec Select Funds PLC (Ireland) (unremunerated).
  • First India Asset Management Ltd. (India) (unremunerated)
  • Investec Investment Management Ltd. (unremunerated).
  • Investec Asset Management (Guernsey) Ltd. (unremunerated).
  • Investec Asset Management (Pty) Limited (South Africa) (unremunerated).
  • Investec European Growth and Income Trust Ltd. (remunerated).
  • Director, Gulf Overseas Investment Fund Limited (unremunerated).
  • Director, PIMA; investment management industry PEPs and ISA's representative company (remunerated).
  • Director, Avebury Asset Management Limited; specialist bond fund management company (remunerated).
  • Director, Halliday Flight Halliday Ltd.; family company, for receipt of income from any articles and broadcasting activities and property rental income.
  • Chairman, ACM European Enhanced Income Fund PLC; a Dublin-based, closed-ended investment trust, investing in higher yielding European Bonds, managed by Alliance Capital Management (ACM) (remunerated).
  • Director, Pathway Associates Limited; psychometric testing on the Net for university and job selection (unremunerated).
  • Director, Buyers Guide PLC; online provision of information and quotes on businesses supplying products and services to local and public sector bodies (remunerated).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000).
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for participating in MORI and Opinion Leader Research polls.
  • All fees for opinion polls are donated to Arundel and South Downs Conservative Association.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I received legal assistance in the drafting of amendments for the Committee and Report Stages of the Financial Services and Markets Bill from lawyers, Mr Richard Slater, Mr Charles Abrams, Mr Simon Morris,.
  • The following individuals, who are all lawyers in London, provided me with assistance with regard to the Finance Bill 2000: Mr Julian Smith, Mr William Norton and Mr Michael Jacobs.
  • I received assistance from Mr Stephen Williams in establishing my MP website.
  • In connection with my front bench duties I receive assistance on tax computations from an individual employed by KPMG.
  • I have received assistance in framing the Conservative Party's opposition to the Social Security Contributions (Share Options) Bill from Mr William Norton and Mr Michael Jacobs.
  • Mr William Norton provided me with assistance with the Finance Bill 2001. (Registered 10 May 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • House and 70 acres of mixed farmland rented in Worcestershire, including approximately an acre of land with planning permission, owned by my wife.
  • 50% interest in a small farmhouse in the Tarn area in France (pending disposal).
  • Ski chalet in France, beneficially owned, rented out for holiday lets.
  • House in Westminster.
  • House in Arundel in my constituency.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Halliday Flight Halliday Ltd.
  • (a) Updata Software PLC.
  • (a) Software first; .com plc.
  • (a) Pathway Associates Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Beneficial interest, below registrable value, in Investec Group shares.
  • Shareholding and options below registrable value in Buyers Guide.
  • Shareholdings in various EIS companies below registrable value.

Caroline Flint - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). I donate the fee to my constituency Labour Party.
  • Occasional surveys for opinion research companies (all fees donated to my Constituency Labour Party).
  • Occasional fees for media, journalism, broadcasting and lectures.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 10 April 2000, guest of GNER at Labour Party Centenary Dinner. (Registered 17 May 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 11-13 July 2000, to Washington DC, under the auspices of the All-Party Parliamentary Global Security and Non-Proliferation Group, to meet Members of Congress, National Security Council and the Administration to discuss the US National Missile Defence programme and CTBT ratification. Flight and hotel costs paid for by the W Alton Jones Foundation of Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. (Registered 24 July 2000)
  • 13-17 January 2001, to Kuwait with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Euro-Arab Co-operation, at the invitation of the Speaker of the National Assembly. All travel and accommodation costs met by the Kuwait National Assembly. (Registered 6 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Board Member, Sure Start Denaby Main Partnership (unremunerated).

Paul Flynn - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Weekly column in the South Wales Echo. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Occasional income from other journalism and book sales.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees are donated to charity.

8. Land and Property

  • Rental income from London property of less than £2000.

Barbara Follett - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Communications consultant to Ken Follett.

Eric Forth - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for writing and broadcasting.
  • Talks given to groups of delegates from business and voluntary sectors on behalf of the House Magazine. (£1-£1,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • April 2000, I received a case of wine from the House Magazine for my participation in a seminar. (Registered 6 April 2000)
  • July 2000, I received a case of wine from the House Magazine for my participation in a seminar. (Registered 24 July 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 26-30 September 2000, to Nevada, USA, accommodation and hospitality for myself and my wife as guests of Mr and Mrs Biuso. (Registered 20 October 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • My wife owns a house in France from which she receives occasional rental income.

Michael Foster - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from broadcasting and journalism.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Member of MORI Opinion Panel.
  • Remuneration from opinion polls goes to local charities and the Labour Party.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Patron of Maggs Day Centre, a centre for homeless people based in Worcester.
  • Honorary President of Worcester City Mind Group.

Michael Jabez Foster - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consultant to a firm of solicitors, Messrs. Fynmores of Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Contributions of £100 each to costs of printing and distributing a constituency calendar by: Connex; Centrica; Seeboard; National Rail Enquiries. (December 1999.)
  • Contributions to costs of distributing a roads campaign letter to constituents by Sussex Enterprise; other contributions towards printing costs expected. (August 2000.)
  • Contributions expected of £100 each to cost of printing and distributing the constituency calendar by Connex, Centrica, Seeboard and National Rail Enquiries (December 2000).

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 24 August 2000, two tickets provided to my wife and myself by Connex to travel to Derby to attend meetings with the manufacturers of the trains that Connex are intending to purchase for the Hastings to London line. (Registered 25 August 2000)

Don Foster - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from broadcasting and journalism.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). All income donated directly to Bath Abbey 2000 Appeal Fund.

Derek Foster - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary consultant to 3M UK PLC. (£5,001-£10,000)

George Foulkes - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 6 July 2000, to the All England Tennis Championships, Wimbledon. Wife and self as guests of EUK Consulting Ltd. (Registered 7 July 2000)

Norman Fowler - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman (non-executive) of Regional Independent Media Holdings Ltd. and subsidiaries; publishers of regional newspapers including the Yorkshire Post and Yorkshire Evening Post, the Sheffield Star and the Lancashire Evening Post.
  • Chairman (non-executive) of Numark Ltd.; industrial and provident society representing United Kingdom independent pharmacies
  • Chairman (non-executive) of Aggregate Industries PLC; building materials and quarrying.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional writing, broadcasting and lecturing.
  • Member of Lloyd's (resigned 1998).
  • Categories of business underwritten:
  • MAPA: all categories.
  • Other syndicates covering Marine, Non-Marine, Motor, Aviation.

6. Overseas visits

  • 25-28 March 2000, to New York, USA, to make speech at Hofstra University at a conference on the impact of the Thatcher government. Air travel provided by American Airlines and hotel accommodation by Hofstra University. (Registered 5 April 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) Aggregate Industries PLC.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Rover Task Force.
  • Shareholding of a value below registrable threshold in Regional Independent Media.

Liam Fox - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional lectures in emergency medicine.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Contributions to staffing running of private office from Cllr Michael Batt of Amersham.
  • As a member of the Opposition Front Bench Health Team I benefit from research support provided by a team researcher who is on secondment from Newship Group Ltd., a management company.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Arrest Ltd.; medical education company.

Christopher Fraser - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Management consultant.
  • Writer.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Appeals Director, Pramacare Charity (unremunerated).
  • Patron, Firmlink - Dorset Business Forum (unremunerated).
  • Director, Small Business Bureau (unremunerated).

Maria Fyfe - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fee received from Business Planning and Research International for participating in a survey.
  • Fee received from MORI for participating in a survey.
  • Occasional fees from other research panels.
  • All the above fees are passed on to other bodies.

Sam Galbraith - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.

Roger Gale - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consultant on media and presentation to TMA Ltd.; PR company.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). This is paid direct to charity.

3. Clients

  • Of TMA:
  • Funeral Planning Council (professional association).

6. Overseas visits

  • 6-8 October 2000, to Cyprus, to take part in the memorial service in Morphou and to visit the Head of State, other party leaders in the Republic of Cyprus and to visit representatives of the community in the northern part of the Island. Air fare and accommodation provided by the Morphou Municipality and the Friends of Cyprus. (Registered 11 November 2000)
  • 17-20 October 2000, to Tunisia in my capacity as Vice-Chairman of the All-Party Group on Tunisia. Travel and accommodation costs met by the Tunisian Embassy. (Registered 11 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • A flat, currently let, in South London.

George Galloway - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Regular column in the Mail on Sunday. (£60,001-£65,000)
  • Freelance writing and broadcasting.
  • Weekly column in Al Watan, Arabic daily newspaper.

6. Overseas visits

  • 19-22 February 2000, to Lebanon to discuss the cancer epidemic in Iraq for the Mariam Appeal which met my flight and travel and costs. (Registered 2 March 2000)
  • 12-17 March 2000, from London to Jordan on a flight paid for by the Mariam Appeal. I travelled from Amman to the Iraq border in a car paid for by the Mariam Appeal. I travelled from the Iraq border to Baghdad in a car paid for by the Ministry of Health. My three nights in Baghdad were as a guest of the Iraq-Britain Friendship Society. (Registered 6 April 2000)
  • 31March-3 April 2000, to the United Arab Emirates, as a guest of the Government of the UAE. (Registered 6 April 2000)
  • 7-11 May 2000, from London to Amman by plane and from Amman to Baghdad by road, travel paid by the Mariam Appeal. Accommodation in Baghdad paid for by the Baghdad Conference, a collection of NGOs working on the sanctions issue. (Registered 17 May 2000)
  • June 2000, flight to Budapest and two nights in hotel paid for by the Mariam Appeal. (Registered 4 December 2000)
  • July/August 2000, flight to US and two nights in hotel paid for by Texas-based campaign against sanctions on Iraq. (Registered 4 December 2000)
  • October 2000, flight to Brussels and three nights in hotel paid for by the Mariam Appeal. (Registered 4 December 2000)
  • November 2000, flight to Madrid-Gigon and three nights in hotel paid by Spanish campaign for lifting of sanctions on Iraq. (Registered 4 December 2000)
  • November 2000, flight London to Baghdad and three nights in hotel there paid by the Mariam Appeal. (Registered 4 December 2000)
  • 8 December 2000, flight to Jordan, paid for by Great Britain-Iraq Society of which I am Chairman. (Registered 9 December 2000)
  • 11-16 January 2001, I flew to Amman and thence by car to Baghdad, paid by the Great Britian-Iraq Society, and spent two nights in Iraq in a hotel paid by the Iraq-Great Britain Friendship Society. I returned to London by air on 16 January. (Registered 19 January 2001)
  • 23-27 January 2001, to New York, flight paid for by the Mariam Appeal. (Registered 1 February 2001)

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • April 2000, gift of a watch from the Government of the United Arab Emirates. (Registered 6 April 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) AVL Media Ltd; publication and media company.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Regular column in Orient magazine; internet daily (unpaid).

Mike Gapes - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • All monies donated to Ilford South Constituency Labour Party.
  • Occasional journalism, broadcasting.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • President of Redbridge United Chinese Association (unremunerated).
  • Vice-President Redbridge Chamber of Commerce (unremunerated).
  • Vice-Chairman of Ilford Football Club (unremunerated).
  • Member of the Council of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
  • Member of the Council of Voluntary Service Overseas.
  • Vice-President, Valentines Park Conservationists.
  • Trustee, Parkside Community Association.

Barry Gardiner - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Sponsorship of my Constituency Reports by the Asian Marketing Group.
  • I employ for one day a week a research assistant who is employed for four days a week by Business in Sport and Leisure.
  • A donation of £1000 was made to the Brent North Labour Party by the Association of Tamils. (Registered 7 February 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary membership of the Baltic Exchange given by the Exchange. (Registered 3 March 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 18-27 February 2000, to India; flights paid for by Labour Friends of India, which is funded by donations from various British Indian companies and individuals, and hospitality and internal travel was provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 3 March 2000)

Edward Garnier - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister.
  • Occasional paid journalism and broadcast media appearances.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 15 January 2001, a day's shooting and overnight accommodation for my wife and me, near Kelso, as the guest of the Tobacco Manufacturers' Association. (Registered 18 January 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-17 March 2000, British-Netherlands All-Party Parliamentary Group visit to the Netherlands Second Chamber at the Hague. Travel paid by Group from funds donated by declared sponsors, namely Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever and Reid Elsevier. All other expenses met by the Second Chamber. (Registered 6 April 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Tockmore Ltd.; a property company.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated), Great Britain-China Centre; company limited by guarantee.

Bruce George - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional media fees.
  • Occasional writing of articles.
  • I am the joint author of a book titled "Private Security", published by Perpetuity Press. Any monies connected with the book will be paid to my co-author Mark Button (a Senior Lecturer from Portsmouth University).

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Dallas as a guest of Mr John Kain, Director of the Cecil and Ida Green Center, University of Texas (Dallas) to give a public lecture (for which I received no fee). Economy flight and hotel accommodation paid for by the University of Texas (Dallas). (Registered 22 May 2000)
  • 21-22 May 2000, to Moscow, to attend a seminar organised by the Centre for Political and International Studies (Russia) and Bradford University. Economy flight and hotel accommodation paid for by Bradford University. I received no fee. (Registered 7 August 2000)

Andrew George - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional market research work. The fees I receive are given to charity, campaigns or my constituency party. I do not receive any money personally.

Neil Gerrard - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I am a member of the Commission of Inquiry which was established by the joint Middle East Councils of the Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Labour Parties to inquire into the status of the Palestinian refugees under United Nations Resolution 194. The Commission undertakes visits to the region to take evidence and meet with academics and international lawyer and publishes its findings. Donations of more than £1000 towards the funding of the Commission have been received from:
  • Mr A Qattan
  • The Council of Arab Ambassadors in London

6. Overseas visits

  • 28-31 May 2000, to Kosovo, visit arranged and paid for by the British Refugee Council. (Registered 12 July 2000)
  • 1-10 September 2000, to West Bank, Gaza, Amman, Damascus and Beirut as a member of the Commission of Inquiry into Palestinian refugees. Travel and expenses paid for by the Commission of Inquiry. Hotel accommodation in Amman, Damascus and Beirut paid for by the Meridien Hotel Group. (Registered 23 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Board, Theatre Royal, Stratford, East London.
  • Member of Board of Trustees, Leyton Orient Community Sports Programme.
  • Member of Board of Trustees, European Public Health Foundation.

Nick Gibb - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 4-9 September 2000, to Huston, New Orleans and Washington to meet US oil companies, visit installation in the Gulf of Mexico, the Minerals Management Service regulatory agency, the Department of Energy and to meet the Energy Secretary. Travel and accommodation provided by an oil industry scheme, which included funding for this visit from Phillips Petroleum (Oklahoma), Kerr McGee (Oklahoma), BP Amoco, Burlington Resources (Texas) and the American Institute of Petroleum and Geology. (Registered 31 October 2000)
  • 16-17 October 2000 to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRAESEG) to witness the Danish wind farm sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish wind industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by Wind Power UK. (Registered 9 November 2000)

Ian Gibson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • October 1998, fee from Rhone-Poulenc Rorer for speaking and chairing two sessions at a meeting in Oxford.
  • Occasional fees for opinion polls. Fees passed on to local charity.
  • Occasional fees for television appearances.
  • Fees for occasional lectures.
  • Fees from Eli Lilly Oncology, for speaking at a conference in Surrey on 30 April 1999, in Edinburgh on 10 July 1999 and in Birmingham.
  • Fee from Jansen-Cilag for speaking to Cambridge conference.
  • Fee from Aventis Pharmaceuticals for a talk on Cancer Services at a conference in Midhurst Kent on 20 March 2000.
  • Fee for article for The Guardian (£260).
  • Fee from Aventis Pharmaceuticals for speaking at Grantham Cancer Conference in November 2000. (Registered 6 March 2001)
  • Fee for speech at Pharmacia Conference in Aquarium Restaurant in December 2000. (Registered 6 March 2001)
  • Fee for speech at Eli Lilly Cancer Conference in January 2001. (Registered 6 March 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 8 August 2000, I attended a Wellcome Trust event at the Edinburgh Festival, travel and hotel paid for by Wellcome Trust. (Registered 11 August 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-24 May 2000, to New Orleans, USA, to a meeting of the Association of Clinical Oncologists, paid for by Aventis Pharmaceuticals. (Registered 25 May 2000)
  • 1-4 August 2000, to Prague with the Parliamentary Football Team. Flight paid by Anglian Water and Czech Airlines. Hotel costs met by Intercontinental Hotels. (Registered 24 October 2000)
  • 18-23 September 2000, to China with delegation from Parliamentary and Science Committee, who paid for my flight. My accommodation was paid for by the Committee on Education, Science, Culture, Health and Sport of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. (Registered 24 October 2000)

Sandra Gidley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Pharmacist - not currently practising but occasional locum work.
  • Member of Test Valley Borough Council.
  • Occasional payments for opinion poll surveys. The payments are donated to Romsey Hospital Appeal.
  • Fee received from ementalhealth.com for launching e-mental health website. (Registered 14 May 2001)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • June 2000, I received a contribution of less than 25% of total by-election expenses from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-13 July 2000, to Berlin for three nights to attend a weekend seminar on health economics. Air fare and hotel paid for by Friedrich Naumann Stiftung. (Registered 20 December 2000)

Christopher Gill - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 5-11 December 2000, to Turkey, under the auspices of the All-Party British Turkey Group. (Registered 15 December 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • A farm in Shropshire.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) F.A. Gill Ltd.; meat processors and wholesalers.

Cheryl Gillan - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from broadcasting.
  • Consultant on marketing to Pannell Kerr Forster, chartered accountants. (£10,001-£15,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-9 November 2000, to the Falklands Islands with an All-Party Group, as a guest of the Falklands Government. (Registered 13 November 2000)
  • 13-17 January 2001, to Kuwait with an All-Party Group, as a guest of the National Assembly (Parliament) of Kuwait. (Registered 18 January 2001)

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • Gift of a rug from the National Assembly of Kuwait. (Registered 18 January 2001)

Linda Gilroy - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for journalism.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • The following sponsorship was provided for my Christmas Card competition 2000:
  • Plymouth College of Further Education - £100 (general)
  • Somerfield - £320 (costs for prize presentation)
  • University of Plymouth - £700
  • Indirect sponsorship for the competition was provided by:
  • Lipson Community College - staff assistance in preparing and mounting the exhibition.
  • National Maritime Aquarium - 700 Free Admission Vouchers for all the children who participated in the competition.
  • Plymouth College of Art and Design - staff assistance/time in judging process.
  • Plymouth Theatre Royal - free exhibition space from 13 November 2000 to mid-January 2001.

Roger Godsiff - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-11 September 2000, to Gibraltar, as a guest of the Gibraltar Government, in order to participate in their National Day Celebrations. The cost of the air travel and accommodation was met by the Gibraltar Government. (Registered 25 September 2000)
  • 5-11 December 2000, to Turkey as a guest of the Turkish Government, who met the cost of my air travel and accommodation. (Registered 14 December 2000)
  • 15-18 February 2001, to Tokyo/Awaji, to attend UK/Japan 21st Century Group. Air fares and accommodation were paid for by UK/Japan 21st Century Group. (Registered 5 March 2001)

Paul Goggins - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • September 2000, to Russia to participate in a conference about the implementation of social policy in Russia and the UK, organised and funded by the Russian European Trust. (Registered 4 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unpaid) of Campus Ventures Ltd., Manchester.
  • Member of the board of CAFOD.
  • Member of the Governing Body at City College, Manchester (unpaid).
  • Trustee of the Russian-European Trust.

Llin Golding - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Various frequent and infrequent Parliamentary surveys. Any money involved is paid directly to nominated charities or organisations.

6. Overseas visits

  • 31 January-2 February 2001, to Seville, Spain, with the British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group, for meeting with Spanish colleagues from the Congress of Deputies. Travel paid out of Group funds provided by declared sponsors, British Gas plc and Norwich Union plc. All other expenses met by our hosts, the Spanish Congress of Deputies. (Registered 20 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the NSPCC (unpaid).
  • Trustee of SAFE (children's charity) (unpaid).
  • Trustee of Second Chance (fishing charity) (unpaid).

Teresa Gorman - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Occasional journalism and broadcasting,

8. Land and Property

  • Income from house sharing and occasional holiday letting of apartment in Portugal.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of Aphrodite Clinics Ltd.; HRT clinics.

Donald Gorrie - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Edinburgh Translations Ltd.; a language translation agency in Edinburgh.
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament (in receipt of one third of standard MSP's salary).

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Edinburgh Translations Ltd.

James Gray - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman, James Gray Consultants Ltd.; a business consultancy.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional opinion polls for MORI.

3. Clients

  • Of James Gray Consultants Ltd.:
  • Rolfe and Nolan PLC; software provider in the City of London.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • From October 1997, I receive the services of a researcher sponsored by the Christian organisation CARE.
  • I have received assistance from the AA and Age Concern in the preparation of my Private Member's Bill, the Road Transport Bill, session 2000-01.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Free membership of the Baltic Exchange.
  • 6 May 2000, I attended the FA Vase Final at Wembley, ticket and hospitality provided courtesy of Chippenham Football Club. (Registered 8 May 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (A) I am the sole shareholder in James Gray Consultants Ltd.
  • (b)
  • (b) J.E. Beale PLC.; department stores.

Damian Green - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Policy Director, European Media Forum.
  • Contributor to publications, Informed Sources; multi-media analysts.
  • Adviser on regulatory and European issues, Dairy Crest.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Research Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for television appearances and journalism.
  • Work on trial issues of Euro-News (a German news magazine), which has now ceased publication. (£1,001-£5,000)

John Greenway - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Smart and Cook Group Ltd; insurance broking firm.
  • Stewart Title Insurance Company (UK) Ltd.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • President of the Institute of Insurance Brokers. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Parliamentary Adviser to:
  • The Institute of Sales Promotion. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • The British Promotional Merchandising Association. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Reed Exhibitions Ltd. in respect of the Incentive World Exhibition. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • I am an elected member of the Insurance Brokers' Registration Council and a practising insurance broker.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I have received occasional hospitality at several racecourses, mainly from the BHB, the RCA, The Tote and the York Race Committee.
  • 2 November 2000, my wife and I were guests of AXA Insurance Company at The AXA Final Ball at Wembley. (Registered 14 November 2000)
  • 26 February 2001,my wife and I were guests of the British Phonographic Industry Limited at The Brit Awards at Earls Court. (Registered 28 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary adviser to the British Healthcare Association (no payment).

Dominic Grieve - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister.
  • Member of Lloyds' (no longer underwriting).
  • Categories of business underwritten in run-off years: All.

8. Land and Property

  • Income from let property in West Kensington, London.

Win Griffiths - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for media work.

Jane Griffiths - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 October 2000 to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRAESEG) to witness the Danish wind farm sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish wind industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by Wind Power UK. (Registered 8 November 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the Ectopic Pregnancy Trust (unremunerated).

Nigel Griffiths - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional writing, lecturing and advising on competition policy, education, disability, cititzens and consumer rights and office management for universities, consumer and citizens groups and other organisations.
  • Occasional journalism, TV presentation and seminar speaking.
  • Chairman of the Campaign to Clean Up Copier Contracts. Fees donated to charities and NGOs.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I receive occasional internet advice and research into e-democracy from ePolitix.com.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the Edinburgh Royal Observatory Trust.
  • Co-founder of Consumer Safety International.
  • Founder of the Campaign to Clean up Copier Contracts.
  • Co-founder of 'CO-Gas' UK gas safety campaign.
  • Chairman of the Scottish Charities Kosovo Appeal.
  • Chair of Home Energy Action Team (HEAT) Steering Committee, a New Deal pilot project.
  • Member of the Council of Management of The Action Group for People with Learning Disabilities, Edinburgh.
  • Member of the Council of Friends of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh.

Bruce Grocott - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the National Union of Journalists: occasional payment from writing and broadcasting.

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-22 September 2000, to the Republic of Korea. Travel and accommodation costs were met by the Korean Government. (Registered 28 September 2000)

John Grogan - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I write a column for The Morning Advertiser every five weeks.

John Gummer - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Ambio Ltd.; consultants on environmental liability etc.
  • Chairman, Sancroft International Ltd.; sustainable development consultants, and of its subsidiary Earthcare Products Ltd.
  • Environmental Director of Vivendi UK; water and waste management and rail transport.
  • Chairman (non-executive), Valpak Ltd.; nationwide compliance scheme for the packaging industry, which aims to help businesses meet legal obligations to achieve UK targets for recovery and recycling of waste.
  • Kidde PLC (non-executive); international fire safety experts.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Writing, broadcasting, lecturing and chairing conferences etc. mainly on property, sustainable development, and religious issues. Writing in journals such as Catholic Herald, Construction News, Country Life, Estates Gazette, High Life, Planning, Sustainable Energy. These arise largely from my previous profession of journalism and all payments go to Sancroft which provides research staff, information services, and all other facilities. Currently Sancroft would expect about £60,000 in payments, in respect of which I would receive some £20,000 in fees and dividends.

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-11 February 2000, to Frankfurt, to attend a meeting "Dialogue on Aviation and the Environment" held by the Dutch Government and Friends of the Earth. My direct expenses were paid by the organisers. (Registered 31 March 2000)
  • 30 March-2 April 2000, to Cordoba, Spain, to attend a conference on religion and Middle East problems. My expenses were paid by the Foundation for the Study of Religion. (Registered 4 April 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Property in London SW1, owned by my family and partly used by Sancroft International Ltd.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Sancroft International Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • The following voluntary positions are held - all of them unpaid:
  • Director of Walsingham College (Affiliated Schools) Ltd.
  • Guardian of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, who operate the Walsingham College Trust Association Ltd., the Walsingham College (Yorkshire Properties) Ltd., and the Walsingham College Affiliated Schools Ltd.
  • Trustee of the Theodore Trust.
  • Trustee of the Open Churches Trust.
  • Trustee of the Catholic Central Library.
  • Director of William Pickering Ltd.; antiquarian booksellers.
  • Chairman of the Marine Stewardship Council.

John Gunnell - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Yorkshire Fund Managers (non-executive), a company jointly owned by Yorkshire Enterprise Ltd., a publicly owned regional venture capital company, and York Trust Limited.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Former university teacher (in receipt of pension).
  • Occasional fees for articles and publications.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees donated directly to charities, schools etc.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Opera North Limited (unremunerated).
  • Honorary President, Yorkshire and Humberside Development Association.
  • Honorary President, North of England Regional Consortium.
  • Trustee, National Coal Mining Museum for England.
  • Honorary Director, South Leeds Groundwork Trust Limited.

William Hague - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Any fees received as a result of speaking or other engagements will be donated to charities and good causes of my choice.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • In my capacity as Leader of the Opposition, I receive occasional invitations to cultural and sporting events, and gifts, hospitality and transport within the UK, the value of which may sometimes be greater than £235.
  • Occasional use of a Range Rover provided by Lord Coe OBE. (Registered 9 November 1999)
  • December 1999, I received a gift of a Christmas hamper from Lord Harris of Peckham. (Registered 2 March 2000)
  • January 2000, use of a private plane within the USA provided by Michael Ashcroft. This included transport from Pensacola, Florida, to Punta Gorda, Florida, on 14 January and transport from Punta Gorda to New York City via Talahassee, Florida, on 16 January. (Registered 2 March 2000)
  • 25 January 2000, use of a helicopter provided by Lord Kirkham from Ceredigion to London. (Registered 2 March 2000)
  • 12 February 2000, use of a helicopter provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from Northallerton to London and back to Northallerton. (Registered 2 March 2000)
  • April-June 2000, use of helicopter transport during the Local Government Campaign and the Keep the Pound Campaign provided by Lord Kirkham, Lord Harris and Sir Stanley Kalms. (Registered 18 July 2000)
  • 14 May 2000, use of a plane provided by Sir Michael Ashcroft from Teeside to Berlin. (Registered 18 July 2000)
  • 22 June 2000, use of a helicopter from London to Lincolnshire provided by Roger Clark. (Registered 18 July 2000)
  • July 2000, use of a helicopter from London to Sheffield provided by Lord Kirkham. (Registered 18 July 2000)
  • September 2000, I received a gift of a pair of silver cufflinks from the advertising agency retained by the Conservative Party, Yellow M. (Registered 22 September 2000)
  • 1 October 2000, use of a plane provided by Sir Michael Bishop from Yorkshire to Bournemouth for the Conservative Party Conference. (Registered 25 January 2001)
  • 5 October 2000, use of a plane provided by Lord Ashcroft from Bournemouth to Spain. (Registered 25 January 2001)
  • October and December 2000, use of a helicopter provided by Lord Kirkham on 16 October from Wales to London; on 28 October from Yorkshire to London and back; on 14 December from London to Rochester. (Registered 25 January 2001)
  • 17 October 2000, use of a helicopter provided by Malcolm Eastey from London to Norfolk and back. (Registered 25 January 2001)
  • 14 November 2000, use of a plane provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from Oxford to Preston and back to London. (Registered 25 January 2001)
  • 17 November 2000, use of a helicopter provided by Chris Kelly from Birmingham to Yorkshire. (Registered 25 January 2001)
  • December 2000, I received a hamper from His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei, the contents of which I donated to a charitable organisation. (Registered 25 January 2001)
  • 27 January 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Leonard Steinberg from Yorkshire to London. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • 2 February 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from Bristol to Bideford, Barnstaple and Exeter. Use of a plane provided by Sir Stanley Kalms on 2 February from Exeter to Yorkshire. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • 16 February 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Lord Kirkham from London to Colchester, Norwich and Yorkshire. (Registered 19 March 20)
  • 23 February 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from Market Harborough to Wolverhampton, Worcester and Yorkshire. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • 5 March 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Lord Kirkham from Yorkshire to London. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • 8 March 2001, use of a plane provided by Irvine Laidlaw from London to Scotland and 9 March Scotland to Wales. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • 9 March 2001, use of a plane provided by Stanley Thomas from Wales to Yorkshire. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • March 2001, provision of a helicopter by Sir Stanley Kalms for 8 and 9 March. No flights undertaken. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • 13 March 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from London to Cheltenham and back. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • 15 March 2001, use of helicopter provided by Leonard Steinberg from Manchester to Bowness on Windermere and Standish. (Registered 19 March 2001)
  • 22 March 2001, use of a plan provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from Exeter to London. (Registered 20 April 2001)
  • 24 March 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Lord Kirkham from Yorkshire to Coventry and back. (Registered 20 April 2001)
  • 25 March 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Lord Kirkham from Yorkshire to Wales and London. (Registered 20 April 2001)
  • 29 March 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Dr Edward Haughey from Yorkshire to Carlisle and the use of a plane from Carlisle to London. (Registered 20 April 2001)
  • 2 April 2001, provision of a helicopter by Sir Stanley Kalms. Trip cancelled. (Registered 20 April 2001)
  • 3 April 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from London to Forest of Dean and back. (Registered 20 April 2001)
  • 26 April 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Lord Kirkham from London to Yorkshire. (Registered 8 May 2001)
  • 3 May 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from London to Rotherham. (Registered 8 May 2001)
  • 8 May 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Sir Stanley Kalms from London to Watford, Taunton and return. (Registered 14 May 2001)
  • 10 May 2001, use of a plane provided by Irvine Laidlaw from London to Edinburgh and return on 11 May 2001. (Registered 14 May 2001)
  • 12 May 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Lord Kirkham from London to Newbury and to Yorkshire. (Registered 14 May 20010
  • 13 May 2001, use of a helicopter provided by Dr Edward Haughey from Yorkshire to London. (Registered 14 May 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • May/June 2000, to Israel as a guest of the Israeli Government. The Israeli Government paid for accommodation transport and flights for me and my wife and five officials. On 1 June 2000 I was provided with the use of a private plane within Israel by Leonard Steinberg. (Registered 18 July 2000)

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • December 1999, I received a gift of a hamper from His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei, the contents of which I donated to a charitable organisation. (Registered 2 March 2000)
  • December 1999, I received a case of Krug Champagne from the Ambassador of the State of Qatar. (Registered 2 March 2000)
  • May 2000, I received a gift of a pen from the Sultan of Oman following my visit there in December 1999. (Registered 18 July 2000)

Peter Hain - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 22-23 April 2000, to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone at the invitation of the Motorsport Association and Williams Grand Prix Engineering. (Registered 3 May 2000)
  • 24-26 November 2000, to attend the Network Q Rally, Wales, at the invitation of the Motor Sports Association. (Registered 13 December 2000)

Mike Hall - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 2 November 2000, I was a guest of the Football Foundation at the NSPCC fundraising dinner at Wembley Stadium. (Registered 28 November 2000)

Archie Hamilton - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Leafield Engineering Limited (LEL). (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Jupiter Dividend and Growth Trust PLC.
  • JDGT Securities Ltd.; a subsidiary of Jupiter Dividend and Growth Trust (unremunerated).
  • The Jupiter Global Fund.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consultant to W.S. Atkins Ltd., Epsom, Surrey; engineering consultants. (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Consultant to Litton Industries Inc.; United States manufacturers of defence equipment, fine chemicals and vehicle sealing.
  • Consultant to GenCorp Aerojet; United States defence manufacturers.
  • Member of Lloyd's. (Resigned end 1994.)
  • Categories of business underwritten: All.
  • Occasional fees for journalism.

8. Land and Property

  • Bramley Park Farm, Guildford, Surrey.
  • I own one residential rented property in Westminster.

Fabian Hamilton - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Office provided rent free by Leeds City Council as a constituency office.

Philip Hammond - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Consort Resources Ltd.; a company which owns and operates gas exploration and production assets and pipeline infrastructure in the North Sea.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for journalism/broadcasting.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • As a Member of the Opposition Front Bench Health Team I receive research support from a team researcher on secondment from Newship Group Ltd., a management company based in my constituency.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Castlemead Ltd.; a company whose principal activity is property development, including the development of Primary Care premises for NHS bodies and General Medical Practitioners.
  • (b)
  • (b) Consort Resources Ltd.

Mike Hancock - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Portsmouth City Council.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for journalism and speaking.

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-13 October 2000, to Russia as member of an all-party delegation, to meet members of government organisations and other interested groups. The cost of travel and accommodation was met from Yukos Oil representing the Russia side of the All-Party Russia Group. (Registered 17 January 2001)

Harriet Harman - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from broadcasting and newspaper articles.
  • Member of the Advisory Board of SMART, a company providing consultancy to public and private employers on corporate responsibility. Fee £500 per month paid to Kids Club Network, a registered charity.
  • 14 February 2001, £2500 from the Smith Institute for jointly organising a seminar for leading business figures to feed into the Government's Review of Maternity Pay and Leave and Parental Leave. Paid into Office Cost Allowance.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • April 2000, £4000 from Unison to Office Costs Allowance for research and publication of report on the under-representation of women in local government "The Democratic Deficit 2000".
  • May 2000, £10,000 from KFAT (Knitwear, Footwear and Apparel Trades) to Office Costs Allowance for research on maternity pay and leave and parental leave.
  • 14 February 2001, £3000 from the Joseph Rowntree Trust to produce a booklet about immigrants in Camberwell and Peckham. Paid into Office Cost Allowance.

Evan Harris - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.
  • Occasional fees for lectures from Wroxton College near Banbury.

Nick Harvey - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism and broadcasting.

Alan Haselhurst - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Earnings from publication of novel.

Nick Hawkins - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister.
  • Occasional broadcasting and journalism.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Opinion Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Parliamentary Consultant to the British Cement Association (from October 1999). (£5,001-£10,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 25 August-2 September 2000, to Cyprus, accompanied by my fiancée, for meetings with political leaders including Parliamentary Leader of Government (Democratic Rally) Party, Panayiotis Demetriou MP and Parliamentary Leader of main Opposition (AKEL) Party, Andreas Christou MP, and others, partly paid for by the World Federation of Overseas Cypriots. (Registered 4 August 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Quarry Dougall PLC; recruitment company.
  • (a) Revelfree Limited; corporate advisers - dormant company, not trading.

John Hayes - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting and journalism.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 29 June 2000, two tickets for first day of Lords Test Match provided by Chief Executive of Lords Cricket Ground. (Registered 11 August 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-23 January 2000, to Israel and the Palestine Authority, as a guest of the Government of Israel, Conservative Friends of Israel and Isrotel. (Registered 10 May 2000)

Oliver Heald - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister.
  • Occasional lecturing to solicitors on the financial aspects of divorce, including pensions.

Edward Heath - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman, Dumpton Gap Company (unlimited private company incorporated on 11 August 1976 under the Companies Act 1948 to 1967. The company is a close company under the provisions of the Incomes and Corporation Taxes Act 1970).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Writing books and press articles, lecturing, undertaking extra-parliamentary consultancy work, making television and radio broadcasts on behalf of Dumpton Gap Company.
  • On behalf of the Dumpton Gap Company:-
  • International Adviser to the Praemium Imperiale Arts Awards, Japan Arts Association.
  • Member of the Advisory Council, The China Index Fund Limited (Commercial General Union).
  • Member of Governing Board, Centre for Global Energy Studies.
  • Senior Adviser to the China Ocean Shipping Companies Group.
  • Overseas adviser to Jardine Fleming.
  • Member of Lloyd's (resigned 31 December 1995).
  • MAPA - all categories of business.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Dumpton Gap Company.

David Heath - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payments for media work.

David Heathcoat-Amory - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Lowman Manufacturing Co. Ltd.; agricultural machinery manufacturer and retailer.
  • LDT (London and Devonshire Trust Ltd.); property management.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from journalism and speaking engagements.
  • As a former member of Lloyd's I have a possible contingent interest in Equitas, an insurance vehicle owned by Lloyd's.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I received legal assistance in the drafting of amendments for the Committee and Report Stages of the Financial Services and Markets Bill from Mr Richard Slater, Partner of Simmons and Simmons; Mr Charles Abrams, Partner of S J Berwin; Mr Simon Morris, Partner of Cameron McKenna.

8. Land and Property

  • Farm in Scotland.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Lowman Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
  • (b)
  • (b) LDT (London and Devonshire Trust Ltd.).

Ivan Henderson - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-17 March 2000, British-Netherlands All-Party Parliamentary Group visit to the Netherlands Second Chamber at the Hague. Travel paid by Group from funds donated by declared sponsors, namely Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever and Reid Elsevier. All other expenses met by the Second Chamber. (Registered 11 April 2000)

Doug Henderson - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Smart People First; provider of IT services.
  • RouteII (non-executive); IT business.

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-15 September 2000, IT visit to United States, part sponsored by Pacific Communications Group. (Registered 27 September 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Audioware Ltd. (company in the process of being removed from the Register of Companies).
  • (a) Smart People First.
  • (a) RouteII.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • GMB Official - contract frozen 1987 - no remuneration.

Stephen Hepburn - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-31 March 2000, to the People's Republic of China and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Flights paid for by All-Party Britain China Parliamentary Group, costs in China paid for by People's Republic of China, costs in Hong Kong paid for by Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. (Registered 12 April 2000)
  • 3-9June 2000, to Killarney, Ireland, as a participant in my trade union's annual conference. Accommodation and travel paid for by Union of Construction Allied Trades and Technicians. (Registered 21 June 2000)
  • 23-25 July 2000, to Epinay, France, for the occasion of the 'Meeting of the Rivers' festival, as a guest of the Mayor of Epinay-sur-Seine who paid for my accommodation. I paid for my travel costs. (Registered 26 July 2000)
  • 23 August-2 September 2000, to Cyprus, for meetings with political leaders and others, partly paid for by the World Federation of Overseas Cypriots. (Registered 15 November 2000)
  • 2-8 November 2000, to Falkland Islands for a fact-finding visit, paid for by the Falkland Islands Government. (Registered 15 November 2000)
  • 26-29 January 2001, to Epinay, France, for the Fête de la Rose, as a guest of the Mayor of Epinay-sur-Seine, who paid for my accommodation. I paid for my travel costs. (Registered 28 February 2001)

Michael Heseltine - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Haymarket Group Ltd.; publishing, exhibition organisers, farming.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for speaking engagements.
  • My autobiography, Life in the Jungle, which was published in September 2000, drew revenues from the publishers, Hodder Headline, and following on from that I received fees from London Weekend Television for a two-part television documentary based on the book and from The Daily Mail for serialisation rights in advance of publication.
  • Remuneration received for appearances on BBC television and radio. (£1-£1,000)

8. Land and Property

  • Freehold residential property in London.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Haymarket Group Ltd.
  • (a) Kensington Freeholds Ltd.; dormant.
  • (a) Yoka Developments Ltd.; dormant.
  • (a) Cottonrose Ltd.; clothes retailer.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Millennium Commissioner.
  • Chairman of UK/China Forum.

Stephen Hesford - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister (now non-practising).

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Non-executive and unpaid director of Arch Initiatives, a local charity dealing with drug abuse.
  • Non-executive and unpaid director of MIND, national charity dealing with mental health issues.

Patricia Hewitt - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Hosting of website by Leicester Mercury.
  • Donations to the Leicester West Constituency Labour Party campaign fund have been received from:
  • Mr R Wann £5,000
  • GPMU (Leicester Branch) £500
  • Donation of £2,000 to the Leicester West Constituency Labour Party received from the TGWU.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • November 2000, gift from Ericsson of mobile phone. (Registered 5 January 2001)
  • February 2001, hospitality from the British Fashion Council for myself, daughter and friend at the London Fashion Awards. (Registered 8 March 2001)
  • February 2001, hospitality from the British Phonographic Institute for myself and my daughter at the Brit Awards. (Registered 8 March 2001)

Keith Hill - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees are paid directly to the Streatham Labour Party.

David Hinchliffe - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International) (£1-£1,000).
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Fees from both Panels are used to supplement costs of maintaining constituency office.
  • Proceeds from sales of my book "Rugby's Class War" published by London League Publications Limited.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • In my capacity as an officer of the All-Party Parliamentary Rugby League Group I receive an annual invitation from the Rugby Football League to the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final and also occasional invitations to other Rugby League matches.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • 500 shares in Wakefield Trinity Rugby League Football Club Limited.
  • Chairman of the Rugby Football League's Professional Players Consultative Committee (unpaid).
  • I am a member of UNISON.

Margaret Hodge - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 31 December 1999, I received four tickets for the Millennium Dome opening celebrations from the New Millennium Experience Company. (Registered 22 February 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Stemcor Holdings Ltd.; international steel trading.

Kate Hoey - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from television, radio and newspapers.

Douglas Hogg - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister in practice; occasional broadcasting and journalism.

8. Land and Property

  • I am the owner of four properties in London which I have let to tenants. I hold one of those properties as a co-trustee of a Discretionary Trust in which members of my immediate family are beneficiaries.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • My wife Sarah, Baroness Hogg of Kettlethorpe, holds a number of remunerated public, corporate and other paid appointments, the particulars of which are set out in her entry in the House of Lords Registry of Interests.

Jimmy Hood - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000).
  • Parliamentary Consultant to Scottish Coal. (£5,001-£10,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-12 September 2000, to Gibraltar to attend National Day celebrations. Travel and accommodation paid for by the Gibraltar Government. (Registered 20 October 2000)
  • 6-9 October 2000, to Cyprus to attend the annual Morphou Rally. Travel and accommodation paid for by the Morphou Association. (Registered 20 October 2000)
  • 2-5 December 2000, to Cyprus to attend the annual Ayios Amvrosios Rally in Nicosia. Travel and accommodation paid for by the Ayios Amvrosios Association (UK). (Registered 20 December 2000)

Geoff Hoon - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 26 April 2000, my wife and I were provided with overnight accommodation on board The Aurora, courtesy of P&O, in connection with the naming ceremony in Southampton. (Registered 3 May 2000)

Phil Hope - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting.
  • Participation in studio discussion on four occasions at Talk Radio.

6. Overseas visits

  • 27-29 October 2000, I attended seminars on social policy and European policy in Berlin/Potsdam. My accommodation was paid for by the Freidrich Ebert Stiftung, which organised the seminars. (Registered 16 November 2000)

Kelvin Hopkins - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 5 January 2001,visit to the Earls Court Boat Show, including lunch, as guest of the British Marine Industries Federation. (Registered 11 January 2001)

John Horam - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • CRU International Ltd.
  • CRU Publishing Ltd.
  • These are information and publishing companies which I helped to found 28 years ago.

Michael Howard - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Inprint Systems Limited (non-executive); designers and manufacturers of extended text labels.
  • Finex PLC (non-executive); business communications agency.
  • Crime Reduction International Limited; international consultancy on crime reduction and related issues.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting, journalism and lecturing.
  • Queen's Counsel (non-practising).
  • Member of the Advisory Council of Consort Resources Limited, which is engaged in gas exploration and production.
  • Fee for speaking engagement at the Annual Conference of the Market Research Society on 15 March 2000.
  • Fee for article published in the Sunday Telegraph on 16th April 2000.
  • Fee for article published in the Daily Mail on 24 April 2001. (Registered 12 May 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Occasional invitations to and attendance at cultural and sporting events.

6. Overseas visits

  • January 2001, my wife and I were the guests of Saga on a short cruise from Southampton to Casablanca. I made a speech and participated in a Question and Answer session on the trip which was organised by a subsidiary of Saga Group. The cost of our air fares back to England were met by Saga. (Registered 12 May 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • House, occasionally let, in London SW1.
  • Flat, currently let, in London SW1.

Alan Howarth - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Lloyd's (resigned 31 December 1998, three open years of account).
  • All categories of business underwritten.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • In my capacity as Minister for the Arts I receive frequent invitations to attend arts and other cultural events and the value of the hospitality extended to me on some of these occasions may occasionally be greater than £235.

Gerald Howarth - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary adviser to the Consumer Credit Association of the United Kingdom, which is the trade association representing the majority of businesses in the home credit industry. (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Occasional broadcasting fees.
  • Member of the Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Fees received from Cityforum, conference organisers, for assistance in organising conferences.
  • Consultant to Pacific Investments Ltd., advising on business development.
  • Consultant to Euro Security Systems Ltd.; advising on new business.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Transfer by Mr Ed Lemco, a US citizen and former constituent, of his entitlement to 50 flying hours with European Flyers at Blackbushe Airport in my constituency. (Registered 3 March 2000)
  • 22 June 2000, my wife and I attended Ladies Day at Royal Ascot as guests of Imperial Tobacco. (Registered 10 July 2000)
  • March 2001, gift of a telephone from Nokia Research when I opened their building in my constituency. (Registered 5 April 2001)

Kim Howells - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism, radio and television.

Lindsay Hoyle - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 6-12 September 2000, to Gibraltar, as guest of Government of Gibraltar. (Registered 10 January 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Commercial leasehold property at Adlington, Chorley.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Screen Arts Ltd.; screen printing.

Beverley Hughes - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Oxfam, Action Aid and Amnesty International.

Simon Hughes - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister (non-practising).
  • Occasional broadcasting, lectures and writing.
  • Parliamentary Consultant to Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL). (£1,001-£5,000)
  • In April 2000 I received a fee from Independent Television News for appearing as guest presenter for three days on Channel 4's political television programme 'Powerhouse'.

6. Overseas visits

  • 28-31 May 2000, to Kosovo, visit arranged and paid for by the British Refugee Council. (Registered 14 July 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Salmon Youth Centre Limited (£1 share: otherwise unremunerated).
  • Director of Rose Theatre Trust Ltd. (£1 share: otherwise unremunerated).
  • Director of Thames Heritage Parade Ltd. (£1 share: otherwise unremunerated.)

John Hume - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of European Parliament.
  • Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Andrew Hunter - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Kaye Enterprises Ltd.; hotel/conference centre.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).(£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

8. Land and Property

  • Occasional rental income from letting my holiday flat in Sussex.

Alan Hurst - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Partner, Law, Hurst and Taylor, Solicitors, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.
  • Occasional fees from MORI for taking part in opinion polls. Fees donated to charity.

8. Land and Property

  • Lessee of two offices premises in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Holdfast Credit Union, Witham, Essex.
  • Member of Law Society.

John Hutton - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of Animal Refuge, Furness.

Brian Iddon - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and written articles.
  • Fees from various polling organisations which are donated to charities and my constitutency party.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Occasional hospitality from Bolton Wanderers Football Club and presentation of a 1999/2000 strip to give publicity to the "Strip for Shelter" fund-raising campaign (24 September 1999). (Registered 6 November 1999)
  • Gift of a nutritional supplement programme by Wassen International Ltd. (Registered 25 June 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • I am a member of the Co-operative Party and the following clubs:
  • Derby Ward Labour Club Association
  • Bolton Bradford Ward Labour Institute Ltd.
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
  • Member of Amnesty International.
  • Honorary Alderman of Bolton Metropolitan District Council.
  • Patron of the Society of Registrars (unremunerated).

Eric Illsley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Parliamentary adviser to the Caravan Club. (£1,001-£5,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 6 November 1999, my wife and I were guests of Lloyds TSB at the World Cup Rugby Final at Cardiff. (Registered 29 February 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 19-23 August 1999, to Bordeaux, accompanied by my wife, as guests of Bass. (Registered 29 February 2000)

Michael Jack - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Topps Tiles PLC (non-executive).
  • The Foodchain Expo Ltd. (No payments currently being made.)
  • The Foodchain NEC Ltd. (a subsidiary of the Foodchain Expo). (No payments currently being made.)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Strategic Development Analyst for:
  • Universal Products (Lytham); manufacturer of toiletries and pharmaceuticals.
  • Newfield Investments; investment company in property and land.
  • Adviser on business development to Perot Systems; information technology and systems.
  • Adviser on business development to the Managing Director of the Hartington Group Ltd.; a food and drink industry consultancy group.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) The Foodchain Expo Ltd (and its subsidiary The Foodchain NEC Ltd).

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Custodian Trustee for the Lytham Community Association (unpaid).
  • Trustee for Med Alert (unpaid).
  • Member of a consortium (unpaid) developing TFC (a food and drink based entertainment project.)

Robert Jackson - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman of Martin Engineering Systems Ltd.
  • Chairman of CNIM Escalators (UK).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consultant to Wessex Pharmaceutical Group, in connection with a project on NHS reform. (£5,001-£10,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 31 January-2 February 2001, to Seville, Spain, with the British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group, for meeting with Spanish colleagues from the Congress of Deputies. Travel paid out of Group funds provided by declared sponsors, British Gas plc and Norwich Union plc. All other expenses met by our hosts, the Spanish Congress of Deputies. (Registered 13 March 2001)
  • 21 February-2 March 2001, hospitality and internal travel during a week in Peru paid for by Mr James Sherwood, a personal friend, who is also Chairman of Orient Express Hotels Limited. (Registered 13 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the Gabrieli Consort.
  • Member of the British Königswinter Steering Committee.
  • Trustee of the Hattori Foundation, which provides scholarships for young musicians.
  • Director of Hanford Waste Services Ltd. (unremunerated).

Helen Jackson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from media, lecturing work.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Use of office accommodation provided by Sheffield City Council, at reduced rent.

Glenda Jackson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional television and radio broadcasts.
  • Occasional journalism.
  • Fee received for hosting a series of Powerhouse programmes for Channel 4.
  • Fee received from BBC for a recording of Any Questions on 11 February 2000.
  • Fee received from BBC for a narration.

6. Overseas visits

  • 5-7 May 2000, to Iceland, as a guest of the Iceland Labour Party to mark the inaugural meeting of the newly re-grouped Party. Flights and accommodation arranged and paid for by the Iceland Labour Party. (Registered 24 May 2000)
  • 9-11 November 2000, to Chicago to address Chicago Humanities Festival. Flight and accommodation arranged and paid for by Festival Committee. (Registered 14 December 2000)

David Jamieson - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Council of Management of University College of St. Mark and St. John, Plymouth (unremunerated).

Bernard Jenkin - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting and journalism.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). The fee I receive is given to charity.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Occasional shooting, courtesy of David Gibbon Esq, of Lodge Farm, Great Bentley, Essex, and from Jonathan Minter, Hill Farm House, Langham, Essex.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • Holdings belonging to my spouse:
  • (a)
  • (a) Lord Rayleigh's Farms Inc.
  • (b)
  • (b) Eastern Data Processing Limited; software development.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Governor of London Goodenough Trust for Overseas Graduates, a charitable foundation to provide residence for overseas graduates studying in London.

Alan Johnson - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 3 March 2000, my wife and I attended the Brit Awards as guests of the British Phonographic Institute. (Registered 28 March 2000)
  • 26 February 2001, my wife and I attended the Brit Awards as guests of the British Phonographic Instititute. (Registered 27 March 2001)

Jenny Jones - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Technical assistance received from the University of Wolverhampton and the Delta Institute in the maintenance of the MP's website to the value of £200.

6. Overseas visits

  • 18-25 February 2000, to India; flight paid for by the Labour Friends of India, which is funded by donations from various British Indian companies and individuals, and hospitality provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 14 March 2000)

Lynne Jones - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for broadcasting.

Martyn Jones - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).(£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from both panels are paid directly to the Labour Party.

6. Overseas visits

  • 21-27 January 2001, to Moscow, as Secretary of the All-Party Group on Population, Development and Reproductive Health, to discuss the setting up of a similar Group in the State Duma of the Russian Federation. Flight and accommodation paid for by the International Planned Parenthood Federation. (Registered 14 February 3001)

Ieuan Wyn Jones - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Solicitor (not practising).
  • Member of the Royal College of Nursing's parliamentary panel.
  • Member of the National Assembly for Wales.
  • Author.
  • Occasional broadcasting and media work.
  • Weekly article for the News of the World (Welsh edition), since end August 2000. (£15,001-£20,000)

Helen Jones - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for writing articles.

Barry Jones - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI. (£1-£1,000). Payments given to local charities.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Payments given to local organisations.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 18 October 2000, my wife and were guests of BAe Systems at the Opera House, Covent Garden. (Registered 19 October 2000)

Fiona Jones - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism.

Nigel Jones - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for writing, lecturing and broadcasting.
  • Occasional opinion surveys fees.
  • 10 March 2000, fee for speaking at the Annual Dinner of the Association of Valuers of Licensed Property.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Loan of information technology equipment by Fujitsu ICL.
  • Loan of cable communications equipment by Telewest.

6. Overseas visits

  • 11-16 June 2000, to Israel, transport and accommodation provided by the Israeli Foreign Ministry. (Registered 8 July 2000)
  • 13-17 January 2001, to Kuwait with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Euro-Arab Co-operation, at the invitation of the Speaker of the National Assembly. All travel and accommodation costs met by the Kuwait National Assembly. (Registered 6 February 2001)

Eric Joyce - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for articles in the UK press.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • December 2000, I received a gift of a table lamp from the Camelon Labour Club in Falkirk, following my election. (Registered 20 March 2001)

Gerald Kaufman - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional articles for miscellaneous newspapers, and occasional broadcasts on radio and television.

6. Overseas visits

  • ~11-13 August 2000, to Geneva to address and chair session of First International Conference on the Right to Self Determination and the United Nations, organised by the International Human Rights Association of American Minorities and the International Council on Human Rights, both international non-governmental organisations. Travel and accommodation provided by conference organisers. (Registered 14 August 2000)
  • ~22-25 September 2000, to Jerusalem to chair working group of Anglo-Israel Colloquium (registered charity). Travel and accommodation provided by organisers. (Registered 2 October 2000)

Sally Keeble - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 27-29 October 2000, to Berlin, accommodation paid for by the Freidrich Ebert Stiftung. (Registered 2 April 2001)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Rose Cottage Trust; a family property-holding trust.

Ann Keen - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Editor of CDNA Care Journal from 1 October 1997.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Registered with the United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing (UKCC) as a RN.

Paul Keetch - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fees for media appearances and articles.
  • Payments for participation in opinion polls.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Receives some secretarial, administrative and research support from members of the Herefordshire Parliamentary Business Club.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Visit to various sporting events as guest of Events International, a corporate hospitality company based in my constituency. (Registered 16 December 1999)

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-17 March 2000, British-Netherlands All-Party Parliamentary Group visit to the Netherlands Second Chamber at the Hague. Travel paid by Group from funds donated by declared sponsors, namely Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever and Reid Elsevier. All other expenses met by the Second Chamber. (Registered 4 April 2000)
  • 11-13 April 2000, to Moscow to address a conference held by the National Investment Council of Russia, who paid for my hotel and flight. (Registered 15 April 2000)
  • 11-13 July 2000, to Washington DC, under the auspices of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Security and Non-proliferation, to meet Members of Congress, the National Security Council and the Administration to discuss the US National Missile Defence and CTBT ratification. Flight and hotel costs paid for by the W Alton Jones Foundation of Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. (Registered 20 July 2000)
  • 2-3 December 2000, to USA, to visit US aircraft carrier USS George Washington in my capacity as Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister of Defence. Flights and accommodation provided by the US Navy. (Registered 5 December 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Hereford and County Liberal Club Company Limited.

Ruth Kelly - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional earnings from journalism.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-7 November 2000, to Rome, Italy, for the Jubilee of Government Leaders, Members of Parliament and Politicians. Travel expenses paid for by the All-Party Anglo-Italian Parliamentary Group. Accommodation and hospitality for myself, my husband and baby daughter paid for by the Vatican. (Registered 29 November 2000)

Fraser Kemp - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fees from broadcasting, journalism and surveys. All fees/gifts received are donated to "Wearside Women in Need" which is based in my constituency and which helps women and children who are victims of domestic violence.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • A full-time researcher has been provided to me by the BBC for a maximum of five months as part of an assignment to learn about the political process and the work of Westminster.

6. Overseas visits

  • 21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Air fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 22 June 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director and Vice Chair of CO-Gas Safety, the Carbon Monoxide Gas Safety Society, a registered charity (unremunerated).

Charles Kennedy - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I receive fees from writing, broadcasting and speechmaking.
  • Occasional fees from participation in opinion polling surveys.
  • 22 March 2000, fee from Diana Boulter agency for speaking engagement for Ernst & Young.
  • 12 April 2000, Fee from Diana Boulter agency for speaking engagement for Ernst & Young.
  • 28 April 2000, fee from JLA agency for speaking engagement for Newcastle Building Society.
  • 25 May 2000, fee from JLA agency for speaking engagement for Factors and Discounting Agency.
  • 13 June 2000, fee from London Speakers' Bureau for speaking engagement for Institute of Waste Management.
  • Earnings from the publication of my book "The Future of Politics" published on 13 September 2000.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Donations to the Office of the Leader of the Liberal Democrats received from:
  • C A Church Ltd. of Salisbury, Wiltshire.
  • Dominion Press Ltd. of Harrow, Middlesex.

8. Land and Property

  • Single bedroomed flat in London, from which a rental income is derived.

Robert Key - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Business consultant to ESYS Ltd. of Guildford (three month contract from 5 January 1999).
  • Occasional fees from writing and broadcasting, speaking, lecturing and chairing conferences.
  • 9-11 November 1999, I chaired a conference on healthcare organised by College House Conferences for which I received a fee and expenses.
  • Consultant to ProAgro BV (from 1 January 2001) (£5,001-£10,000).
  • Consultant to Ortivus UK Ltd. (from 1 February-16 March 2001); consultancy in respect of the market prospects for patients informatics systems within the NHS. (£1,001-£5,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 21 September 2000, to Paris for briefing by French Government Directorate General of Armaments and Thomson-CSF who paid for my transport. (Registered 25 September 2000)

David Kidney - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Equity partner in solicitors' practice, Jewels and Kidney, Stafford.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from both panels paid me or to a charity of my choice.
  • Occasional fees from broadcasting, etc.

8. Land and Property

  • Part-owner of the freehold of the solicitors' offices of Jewels and Kidney.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary President of the Bethany Project, a charitable company limited by guarantee, which exists to provide shelter and other services to the homeless in Stafford Borough (unremunerated).
  • Patron of ASIST, a charitable company limited by guarantee, which exists to provide citizen advocacy for the residents of Staffordshire (unremunerated).
  • Trustee of Thirlmere Way Day Centre at Rising Brook, Stafford; a registered charity which exists to provide community facilities for elderly people in the Rising Brook area (unremunerated).
  • Co-Chair of PACTS (Parliamentary Advisory Council on Transport Safety), a registered charity (unremunerated).
  • Honorary President of the Staffordshire Ramblers Association.

Peter Kilfoyle - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payment for articles and media appearances.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 15-18 April 2001, four nights in a hotel paid for by the NASUWT (National Association of Schoolmasters/Union of Women Teachers) whilst attending their 2001 Annual Conference. (Registered 8 May 2001)

Andy King - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 5-6 May 2000, dinner and overnight accommodation for me and my wife as guests of Alstom UK Ltd. (Registered 3 October 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-17 September 2000, to China. Travel to China paid by myself, all travel and accommodation in China provided by the Chinese Association for International Understanding. (Registered 3 October 2000)

Oona King - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional lecturing, broadcasting and journalism.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Administrative assistance for three days a week provided by Community Links, a charitable organisation.

Tom King - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Electra Investment Trust PLC.
  • Non-executive Chairman, London International Exhibition Centre Holdings Ltd.
  • Non-executive Chairman, London International Exhibition Centre Ltd.

6. Overseas visits

  • 24-26 February 2001, to Kuwait, as the guest of the Kuwaiti Government, to join in the celebrations in connection with the 10th Anniversary of their liberation from Iraq. (Registered 5 April 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Farm and woodlands at Chippenham, Wiltshire.

Tess Kingham - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 23 July-2 August 2000, to Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania, on a fact-finding visit with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Great Lakes Region, paid for by Christian Aid. (Registered 9 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Council of the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) (unremunerated).

Julie Kirkbride - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Member of MORI Opinion Panel.
  • Member of Gallup Opinion Panel.
  • Occasional payments for broadcasting and journalism.
  • Fee of £1750 for my appearance as guest presenter on Power House (Channel Four).

6. Overseas visits

  • 26-27 November 2000, to Berlin, courtesy of the Hans Seidel Foundation. (Registered 14 December 2000)

Archy Kirkwood - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Joseph Rowntree Trust meet occasional costs incurred as Chairman of Social Security Select Committee in providing hospitality to guests and witnesses not otherwise met by House rules on expenses.

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • 22 January 2001, I was given a gift set of decanter and two glasses by the Taipei Representative Office in the United Kingdom in Edinburgh. (Registered 26 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director, Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust (no remuneration).
  • Director, Family Budget Unit (no remuneration).
  • Member, Royal College of Nursing Parliamentary Panel (no remuneration).
  • Director, Industry and Parliament Trust (no remuneration).

Ashok Kumar - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional surveys for MORI, the fees from which are paid to Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Constituency Labour Party.

6. Overseas visits

  • 18-27 February 2000, to India; flights paid for by Labour Friends of India, which is funded by donations from various British Indian companies and individuals, and hospitality and internal travel provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 7 March 2000)
  • 26-31 March 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority with Labour Friends of Israel to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East Peace Process. Flight and accommodation paid for by Labour Friends of Israel. (Registered 12 April 2000)

Stephen Ladyman - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Member of Opinion Leader Research Panel.
  • Fees from both opinion panels are paid to South Thanet Labour Party.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of EKITEC Limited (unremunerated). East Kent Itec is a non-profit organisation that develops and manages training courses and programmes in the Thanet area.

Eleanor Laing - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for television and radio appearances.

Jacqui Lait - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • As a former member of Lloyd's I have rolled my losses into Equitas, a re-insurance vehicle developed and owned by Lloyd's for former members.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 18 April 2000, I was given a case of wine when I spoke to the Unilever Pension Fund Conference. (Registered 19 June 2000)
  • 2 February 2001, the Association of Consulting Actuaries paid for overnight accommodation and evening meal when I addressed their Annual Conference at the Meridian Hotel, Gatwick. (Registered 5 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Unremunerated director of Prime Digital Ltd; a printing company.

David Lammy - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister (non-practising).
  • Adviser on marketing to D J Freeman, Solicitors.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Research assistant provided by the Jack and Pat Mallabar Foundation.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Two tickets and hospitality provided by Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. (Registered 13 February 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 23 July-2 August 2000, to Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania, on a fact-finding visit with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Great Lakes Region, paid for by Christian Aid. (Registered 20 September 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director, Central Board of Finance of the Church of England.
  • Trustee, Action Aid.
  • Trustee, Broadwater Community Centre Trust.

Andrew Lansley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for journalism or broadcasting.
  • I occasionally participate in opinion research company questionnaires and they in turn make a small financial contribution directly to a charity of my choice.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • A contribution of £10,000 towards the costs of my office, for administrative support, equipment and research purposes, from Alan Bowkett, as an individual member of South Cambridgeshire Conservative Association, received on 27 April 2001. (Registered 3 May 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Patron of STRADA, Cambridge; day centre for sufferers from stroke and dysphasia (unremunerated).
  • Patron of the Cambridgeshire Small Business Group (unremunerated).
  • Vice-President of the Cambridgeshire Beekeepers' Association (unremunerated).
  • Vice-President of the Local Government Association (unremunerated).
  • Patron of ASPIRE (unremunerated).
  • Patron of the International Centre for Child Studies (unremunerated).
  • Patron of Headway Cambridge (unremunerated).
  • Member of the Council of The Association of Conservative Clubs Ltd. (unremunerated).
  • Vice-Patron of the MRI Scanner Appeal at Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Cambridge (Unremunerated).
  • Vice-President of the Cambridge and Peterborough Federation of Young Farmers Clubs (unremunerated).

Jackie Lawrence - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark as part of delegation from Parliamentary Renewable and sustainable Energy Group, funded by National Windpower. (Registered 25 October 2000)

Bob Laxton - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Payments for television, radio and newspaper interviews and articles.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Contribution of approximately £5,000 p.a. towards my constituency office rental and service charge costs from Bowmer & Kirkland Ltd., company office, Belper, Derbyshire.
  • Hosting of my MP's Website and E-mail by IOGEN, Derby.

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-15 September 2000, information technology visit to the USA, part sponsored by Pacific Communications. (Registered 17 October 2000)

Edward Leigh - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • National TeleCable One (at present unremunerated).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister at Law.
  • Parliamentary consultant to Pinnacle Insurance PLC. (£10,001-£15,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Since May 1997, occasional briefing and visits to the House in connection with particular legislation by Mr Simon Calvert, Deputy Director of the Christian Institute.
  • My researcher who works for me for four days a week receives a bursary from CARE (Christian Action Research and Education).

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) National TeleCable One.

David Lepper - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for journalism.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee (unremunerated) of:
  • Lighthouse Media Training; multi-media training courses.
  • Brighton Youth Orchestra.
  • ARDIS; a Brighton-based charity for those with Alzheimer's Disease.
  • Patron of the Sussex Beacon; a Brighton-based charity providing residential care for those with HIV/AIDS.
  • Patron of Brighton Cares; a local charity supporting people with HIV/AIDS.
  • Patron of Age Concern Brighton.
  • Patron of Brighton Dome Appeal; a fund for the restoration of the Dome Concert Hall, Brighton.
  • Member of National Union of Teachers.
  • Member of Brighton and Hove Trades and Labour Clubs.
  • Honorary President of Brighton and Hove Petanque Club.
  • Patron of Cruse, Brighton and Hove.
  • Patron Sussex ME Association.
  • Member of the Council of Brighton Festival.
  • Patron of Body Positive, a local AIDS/HIV charity.
  • Chair of Friends of Brighton and Hove Foyer.

Oliver Letwin - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • N.M. Rothschild Corporate Finance Ltd.; investment banking subsidiary of the Rothschild Group.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I received assistance in preparing for the Finance Bill 2000 Committee Stage from individuals working at British Land plc, WJB Chiltern plc, Cameron McKenna, PricewaterhouseCoopers and J Sainsbury plc.
  • In connection with my front bench duties I receive assistance on tax computations from an individual employed by KPMG.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Aasvogel Limited; manufacturer of waste compactors.
  • (b)
  • (b) Profit share units in N.M. Rothschild and Sons Ltd. and options in the Rothschild Continuation Holdings ESOP in connection with my directorship of N.M. Rothschild Corporate Finance Ltd.

Tom Levitt - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Parliamentary panel for Opinion Leader Research. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Free provision of a web site and marketing advice from Collective Enterprises Limited, a local company.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the Royal National Institute for Deaf People (unremunerated).
  • Director (unremunerated) of PLACE (1996) People, Landscape, Architecture, Culture, Education; a Buxton-based charity which produces educational courses, resources and materials for schools on these linked issues.

Julian Lewis - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for media appearances and press articles.

8. Land and Property

  • Leasehold flat in Finchley, London N12, formerly my home, now let to tenants.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Policy Research Associates Ltd. (non-trading company).
  • (a) Policy Research Publications Ltd. (non-trading company).

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Unremunerated director of Policy Research Associates Ltd. and Policy Research Publications Ltd.
  • Trustee (unremunerated) of the British Military Powerboat Trust.

Helen Liddell - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I have received a donation of £5,000 to my election fund from Mrs. Vera Weisfield CBE.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 3 March 2000, I attended the Brit Awards, accompanied by my daughter, as the guests of the British Phonographic Institute. (Registered 7 March 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Together with my husband I own a flat which is used rent free by my student son.

David Lidington - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from journalism, broadcasting, lecturing and opinion research.
  • Member of BPRI (Business Research and Planning International) political panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • All fees from panels are paid direct to charity.

6. Overseas visits

  • 4-9 September 2000, to Pakistan with a delegation of Conservative MPs and Prospective Parliamentary Candidates, to learn about political developments in Pakistan. Flights and accommodation were paid for by Mr Mohammad Saff, Group Sales and Marketing Director of Callmate Telecom, who is a supporter of the Conservative Party. Internal transport within Islamabad and Azad Kashmir was provided by the Government of Azad Kashmir. (Registered 25 September 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Freehold of house in Enfield, Middlesex, yielding a nominal ground-rent.

Peter Lilley - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • The Fleming Claverhouse Investment Trust PLC.
  • Chairman (non-executive), Campus2Day AG; company providing services to universities and students.
  • Chairman (non-executive), Sherborne Financial Services; a company providing financial information.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I receive fees for delivering sundry lectures and speeches, and for miscellaneous broadcasting.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Campus2Day AG.

Martin Linton - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting fees.

6. Overseas visits

  • 19-26 March 2000, to Windhoek, to participate in induction course for Namibian MPs, at the invitation of National Democratic Institute of USA and the Namibian Parliament. (Registered 18 December 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • President, Battersea Community Arts Centre Trust Ltd.
  • Chairman, Board of Governors, Somerset Nursery School.

Ken Livingstone - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Localaction Ltd. (Company formed to cover the publication of Socialist Economic Bulletin and my other writing, media work, speeches, lectures. Contracts researchers and campaigners on my behalf.)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Mayor of London.
  • Column in The Independent (£15,001-£20,000)
  • Restaurant column in the Evening Standard.
  • Contract with Victor Gollancz for book publication.
  • Article for The Observer.
  • I carry out regular speaking engagements for the following agencies:
  • Speakers for Business (£30,001-£35,000)
  • Prime Performers (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Interphiz (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Norman Phillips (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Right Address (£1,001-£5,000)
  • JLA (£10,001-£15,000)
  • CSA (£20,001-£25,000)
  • Diana Boulter (£10,001-£15,000)

3. Clients

  • Of the agencies listed above:
  • London Processing Centre
  • Card Connections
  • Miller Freeman UK
  • Heart of England Tec
  • GCI Focus
  • McCann Ericson
  • PSI Group
  • Institute of Directors
  • Ford Fleet Managers
  • Prime User Group
  • Centra Business Services
  • Staffs Chartered Accountants
  • Ernst & Young
  • Pagoda
  • Association of Surveyors
  • Comdisco Group
  • Stakis Brighton
  • Opus Holidays
  • Marquee
  • Price Waterhouse
  • Chase de Vere
  • West Coast Publishing
  • Garden Manufacturers
  • Motor Retailers
  • Erith Group
  • Oxford Union Economics Association (Hays Personnel)
  • Marcam Solutions User Group
  • Association of Public House Suppliers
  • Global Real Estate Institute
  • F4 Group Agency
  • Norwood Ravenswood Homes
  • OSI
  • Iggesand Board
  • CIPFA
  • Wansbroughs, Willey
  • Hargrave
  • Picon Ltd
  • RIC Surveyors
  • C.I. of Housing
  • Ernst and Young
  • BT
  • Cliveden Club
  • Single speaking engagements for Localaction Ltd.:
  • Herts Chamber of Commerce
  • Bates Borland Agency
  • Parliamentary Communications Ltd
  • National Sporting Club
  • Creative Concepts Agency
  • Insolvency Lawyers
  • Placemakers Agency
  • Association of Project Managers
  • Student conferences

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • The list of donations over £1000 that I received for my campaign to gain the Labour nomination for London Mayor is as follows:
  • £13,450.50 Neil Pearson
  • £6,000 From an evening fund-raising event at the Hackney Empire (artists appearing included Billy Bragg, Jo Brand, Phil Jupitus, Arthur Smith, Gina Yahere, Kevin Day)
  • £5,000 John Pritchard
  • £5,000 TGWU London Region
  • £3,000 FBU London Region
  • £3,000 RMT London Region
  • £1,000 Electricians working on the Jubilee Line
  • £1,000 Dr Liz Partridge
  • £1,000 Patrick Cosgrove QC
  • The list of donations over £1000 that I received to my mayoral election fund is as follows:
  • £200,000 Chris Evans
  • £104,642.77 Gimpel Fils
  • £40,000 David Elstein
  • £5,000 John and Maggie Webber
  • £5,000 John Holder
  • £2,000 G. Laurence Harbottle
  • £1,500 Ian Bell
  • £1,500 David Clarke
  • £1.025 M. Turner and C. Cumming
  • £1,000 Roland Dane
  • £1,000 Simon Gulliver
  • £1,000 Tim Miller
  • £1,000 Barry Carey
  • £1,000 Reform Club
  • £1,000 Danny Watts
  • £1,000 Digby Squires
  • £1,000 Brian Cox
  • £1,000 J.G. Cole
  • £1,000 Jacqueline Ford
  • £1,000 Lars Mieritz
  • £1,000 M. Norton-Griffiths
  • £1,000 Nick Read
  • £1,000 Michael Grazebrook
  • £1,000 Matthew Wallis
  • £1,000 Andrew Marks
  • £1,000 William Wilson

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Localaction Ltd.

Richard Livsey - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director, Brecon Jazz Festival (no remuneration received).

Peter Lloyd - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consultant to Lloyd and Associates, Solicitors; providing principally marketing and legal advice.
  • Occasional fees for journalism and television.
  • Parliamentary Adviser to the Police Federation. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Member of Lloyd's.
  • Categories of business underwritten: All.

6. Overseas visits

  • 28-31 May 2000, to Kosovo to study situation for returned refugees; organised by the British Refugee Council with travel and accommodation paid for by them. (Registered 6 July 2000)
  • 13-17 July 2000, to Turkey to see the site of the proposed Ilisu Dam and to consult with local people and the Turkish authorities about the project. The visit was arranged and paid for by the Ilisu Dam Campaign in London with further hospitality from political groups in Turkey. (Registered 27 July 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Trinity Leisure Ltd.
  • (a) Trinity Leasing Ltd.
  • (a) Chinnik BV

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman (unremunerated) of The New Bridge (charity creating links between the offender and the community).
  • Director (currently unremunerated) of Trinity Leisure Ltd., Trinity Leasing Ltd. and Chinnik BV. (Trinity Leisure Ltd owns 100% of Trinity Leasing Ltd and 50% of Chinnik BV (Holland)).

Tony Lloyd - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • March 2000, to South Africa, to attend a conference on the Great Lakes. Expenses paid by Parliamentarians for Global Action. (Registered 25 April 2000)

Elfyn Llwyd - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister-at-law.
  • Occasional fees for journalism and television.
  • Occasional fees for lecturing.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 3 February 2001, I received a ticket and hospitality courtesy of British Gas for the Wales v England rugby international. (Registered 8 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member, University of Wales Court of Governors.
  • Vice-Chair, NSPCC (Cymru).
  • Chair, Trustees of the Mawddach Hatchery, Dolgellau, Gwynedd.
  • President, Estimaner Angling Association.
  • President, Betws-y-Coed Football Club.
  • President, Llanuwchllyn Football Club.
  • President, Clwb Rygbi Bala Rugby Club.
  • Vice-President, Clwb Rygbi Dolgellau Rugby Club.
  • Member of the Gorsedd of Bards.

David Lock - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister (no longer practising).
  • Occasional lectures and presentations on legal and political issues.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Since 1 January 2001 the part-time services of an assistant in my office have been paid for by Thomas Vale Limited, a construction company in my constituency.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 29 January 2001, gift received from Sweet and Maxwell Ltd., publishers, of "Special Report: Employment Law and Human Rights", by John Bowers QC and Jeremy Lewis. (Registered 30 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Area Board of Young Enterprise.
  • President of Kidderminster Running Club (unremunerated).
  • £250 shares in Kidderminster Harriers Football Club - any dividends from this investment will go to a charity of the Club's choice while I remain a Government Minister.
  • Patron of Worcestershire All Sports Partnership.

Michael Lord - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • The Palmer Family Trust; a family property company.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Arboricultural consultant.

Tim Loughton - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Member of MORI Parliamentary Panel.
  • All fees from opinion panels are donated to charity.
  • Fee from the Shareholder Investor Advisory Panel, paid directly to my constituency office.
  • Occasional small fees from lectures.

8. Land and Property

  • Residential flat in central London with occasional rent from tenant.

Andrew Love - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Member of Harris Research Panel.
  • All fees from panels are donated to my constituency party.

6. Overseas visits

  • 25-27 April 2000, to Poland with the All-Party Building Societies Group visit to the Polish Housing Minister and the Housing and Building Commission of the Parliament. Hotels paid by Polish Parliament. Fares paid by Building Societies Association. (Registered 2 May 2000)
  • 3-13 October 2000, to Sri Lanka as part of a parliamentary delegation to monitor elections on the island. Costs met by the Sri Lankan Election Commission. (Registered 9 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of Industrial Common Ownership Finance Ltd. (unremunerated).

Peter Luff - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • My contracts with Bell Pottinger Communications and Bell Pottinger Consultants were terminated by mutual agreement February 2000, since when no services have been performed; termination payment equivalent to one year's fee paid May 2000.
  • Occasional small fees from television appearances, writing and participation in opinion surveys.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International) (£1-£1,000) and of Harris Parliamentary Panel (£1-£1,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • May 2000, farewell dinner at Ritz Hotel hosted by Bell Pottinger Communications to mark 18 years with Bell Pottinger and its predecessor companies; gift of set of Edmund Burke's works. (Registered 13 June 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-4 February 2001, to Paris, to address "Your Future in Europe" student seminar organised by Banks Sadler International European Study Tours. Travel, two nights' accommodation and expenses for myself and my wife. No fee received. (Registered 6 February 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Terraced property in Worcester, let on an assured tenancy; no net income.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Vice President: Severn Valley Railway, Droitwich Canals Trust, Worcester Birmingham Canal Society, Evesham Rowing Club, Bengeworth Traders Association.
  • Member of local committee of Country Landowners Association.
  • Fellow of the Institute of Public Relations.

Nicholas Lyell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister, Queen's Counsel.
  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.

8. Land and Property

  • Smallholding, woodland and let house in Hertfordshire.
  • Share in holiday house in France, including rental income.
  • Share of home in South London, partly sublet.

Calum MacDonald - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • One house for rent in London.

John MacGregor - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Associated British Foods PLC (non-executive).
  • Slough Estates PLC (non-executive).
  • Uniq PLC (non-executive).
  • Friends Provident (non-executive).
  • Member of the Supervisory Board of DAF Trucks N.V.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional lecturing, journalism and television.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Free BUPA Health Monitor Assessment once every two years, as an Association Member of BUPA. (Registered 17 February 2000)
  • September 2000, travel and accommodation expenses received by me, accompanied by my wife, at Gleneagles from the Chase Manhattan Bank when I chaired the International Investment Conference. No remuneration received. (Registered 29 September 2000)
  • 17 February 2001, I was a guest of the Scottish Rugby Union at Murrayfield at International Rugby Match between Scotland and Wales. (Registered 21 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Council of King's College, London.
  • Member of the UK Food and Agribusiness Advisory Board of Rabobank International.
  • Trustee of the Foundation for Business Responsibilities.
  • Deputy Chairman of the Governing Bodies Association.
  • Member of the Committee on Standards in Public Life.
  • Member of the Council of the Institute of Directors.
  • Trustee of the Conservative & Unionist Agents' Superannuation Fund.

Andrew MacKay - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Gift of a Sky digital unit from BSkyB. (Registered 31 January 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 5-7 March 2000, to Dublin, as a guest of the Irish Government who paid for flights and car/driver. (Registered 14 March 2000)

Andrew MacKinlay - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for lectures, broadcasting and journalism.

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-13 May 2000, to Ypres, Belgium, to speak and participate in a conference on the subject of British soldiers executed in the Great War. The conference was convened by the Flanders Fields Museum of the City of Ypres, who paid for my fare and accommodation. (Registered 26 May 2000)
  • 9-12 September 2000, to Gibraltar, as Chairperson of the All-Party Gibraltar Group, for a series of meetings with the Chief Minister, other Ministers and the Leader of the Opposition: coinciding with the National Day celebrations. The purpose of the discussions was to discuss the constitutional future of the Territory and the border situation. I also met with the Commander of the Royal Naval Dockyard in Gibraltar to discuss defence issues. The cost of my travel and accommodation was met by the Territory's Government. (Registered 2 October 2000)
  • 3-6 November 2000, to Rome , to attend the Jubilee Celebrations for Parliamentarians held at the Vatican, at the invitation of the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee Year in the Italian Senate, who paid for my hotel accommodation while in Rome. I met my own travel costs and incidental expenses. (Registered 28 November 2000)

Denis MacShane - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism, broadcasting, writing, lecturing and consultancy on international trade union and economic affairs for UK and foreign media, universities, trade unions and other organisations.
  • Occasional fees for taking part in political opinion panels.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Temporary loan for personal use of Toshiba notebook computer by Iron and Steel Trades Confederation.

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 March 2000, British-Netherlands All-Party Parliamentary Group visit to the Netherlands Second Chamber at the Hague. Travel paid by Group from funds donated by declared sponsors, namely Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever and Reid Elsevier. All other expenses met by the Second Chamber. (Registered 9 April 2000)
  • 18-20 January 2001, to Paris for annual British French Colloque. Train and hotel paid by BP. (Registered 20 January 2001)
  • 28 February-4 March 2001, to Seoul with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Korea for annual meeting of the Britain-Korea Forum for the Future. My air travel and hotel costs were met by the UK-Korea Forum. (Registered 7 March 2001)
  • 22-24 March 2001, to Berlin for annual Königswinter Conference. Group fare and training college accommodation paid by conference organising committee. (Registered 2 April 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Associate Director (unpaid), European Policy Institute.
  • Editorial Board Member (unpaid), Critical Quarterly.
  • Director (unpaid), Job Ownership Ltd.

David Maclean - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Crime Reduction International; a consultancy.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary Adviser to the Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales. (£10,001-£15,000)

Robert Maclennan - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fees and royalties from occasional creative writing and journalism.

Fiona Mactaggart - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from broadcasting. Fees normally donated to voluntary organisations.

8. Land and Property

  • Office and retail premises in Glasgow (held on my behalf by trustees).

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Mactaggart Heritable Holdings Ltd.; property investment and management.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Sole beneficiary of Newnham and Gore Trust, a UK trust which manages investments on my behalf.

David Madel - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees received from both panels are donated elsewhere.
  • Occasional fees for interviews and responses to questionnaires, donated elsewhere.
  • Occasional broadcasting.

Ken Maginnis - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman of the Moygashel Community Development Association (unremunerated).

Alice Mahon - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees are paid to organisations nominated by me.
  • Some fees from media work. The fees are paid to organisations nominated by me.

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt, with my husband, at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 15 May 2000)

John Major - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • The Mayflower Corporation PLC; automotive industry (effective 1 January 2000).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the European Advisory Board of the Carlyle Group, whose head office is based in Washington DC (effective April 1998).
  • Chairman of the European Advisory Board of Emerson Electric Company, whose head office is based in St. Louis, Missouri (effective January 1999).
  • Various ad hoc speeches in the United Kingdom to business audiences on the subject of foreign and economic affairs, international trade and defence:
  • May 2000: Chase Manhattan
  • June 2000: McCann Erickson
  • July 2000: Cincinnati Insurance Company
  • November 2000: British Telecom

6. Overseas visits

  • Various ad hoc speeches in the US on the subject of foreign and economic affairs, international trade and defence and the Anglo-American relationship:
  • February and early March 2000, to United States to deliver lectures to business, university and public audiences. Fees (where appropriate), accommodation and travel paid by my hosts. (Registered 30 January 2001)
  • February 2000, to Hong Kong, to deliver speeches to business audiences. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by various hosts. (Registered 19 June 2000)
  • February 2000, to Singapore, to deliver speeches to business audiences. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by various hosts. (Registered 19 June 2000)
  • January 2000, to Dublin, to deliver speech to business audience. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by my host, Smurfit Group. (Registered 19 June 2000)
  • May 2000, to Berlin, to deliver speech. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by my host, Andersen Consulting. (Registered 30 January 2001)
  • June 2000, to the United States, to deliver speech. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by my host, Muehlstein Company. (Registered 30 January 2001)
  • June 2000, to Hong Kong, to deliver speech. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by my host, Business Week. (Registered 30 January 2001)
  • September 2000, to the United States, to deliver speech. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by my host, Comerica Bank. (Registered 30 January 2001)
  • October 2000, to the United States, to deliver speech. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by my host, Siebel Systems. (Registered 30 January 2001)
  • November/December 2000, to the United States, to deliver speeches. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by my hosts, American Trucking Association; Boys and Girls Clubs of Long Beach; Transamerica Reinsurance; Lakeside Foundation. (Registered 30 January 2001)
  • January 2001, to the United States, to deliver speeches. Fees, accommodation and travel paid by my hosts, National Multihousing Council; Desert Forum; Salina Chamber of Commerce. (Registered 30 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman, Ditchley Foundation.
  • International Advisory Board, Peres Center for Peace, Israel.
  • International Advisory Board, Baker Institute, Houston.
  • International Advisory Board, InterAction Council, Tokyo.
  • President, National Asthma Campaign.
  • Patron, Child of Achievement Awards.
  • Patron, Mercy Ships.
  • Patron, Support for Africa 2000.
  • President, Surrey County Cricket Club.
  • Numerous speeches throughout the UK to audiences comprising political/educational/charitable/voluntary sector/special interest groups. From time to time, similar unremunerated speeches are made during overseas visits.

Humfrey Malins - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Recorder of the Crown Court.
  • Consultant to Tuck & Mann, Solicitors, Leatherhead, Surrey.
  • Acting Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Lay member of General Medical Council, for which a daily attendance allowance is paid.

6. Overseas visits

  • 4-9 September 2000, to Pakistan with a delegation of Conservative MPs and Prospective Parliamentary Candidates, to learn about political developments in Pakistan. Flights and accommodation were paid for by Mr Mohammad Saff, Group Sales and Marketing Director of Callmate Telecom, who is a supporter of the Conservative Party. Internal transport within Islamabad and Azad Kashmir was provided by the Government of Azad Kashmir. (Registered 10 September 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • I own a flat in London and my wife owns a flat in Dorking, both of which are occasionally let.

Seamus Mallon - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Deputy First Minister of the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Peter Mandelson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fees and honoraria from occasional speeches, lectures, talks and articles.

6. Overseas visits

  • 5-7 August 2000, to Antigua, accommodation provided by the Government of Antigua. (Registered 18 September 2000)
  • 5-6 March 2001, to Madrid to speak at The Economist Conference. Travel expenses, accommodation and fee (yet to be received) paid for by Conference organisers. (Registered 12 April 2001)

John Maples - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Agatha Christie Limited (non-executive); ownership of literary copyrights.
  • Value Retail PLC (non-executive); shopping centre developer in the UK and Europe.
  • Chairman and non-executive director of Advanced Visual Technology Ltd; company supplying software to retailers.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • April 2000, fee from ITN as guest presenter on Powerhouse Programme on Channel 4.
  • Occasional payments from broadcasting and journalism.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) S.E.P. Industrial Holdings PLC; industrial fastener distributor.
  • (a) Option to purchase up to 3% of shares of Advanced Visual Technology Ltd; suppliers of software to retailers.

John Marek - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the National Assembly for Wales.

6. Overseas visits

  • 26 March-1 April 2000, to Namibia as member of resource team for the Induction Programme for Members of the Third National Assembly of the Republic of Namibia, at the invitation of the National Assembly. (Registered 4 April 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • I own the constituency offices at 67 Regent St., Wrexham.

Paul Marsden - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional interviews and/or written surveys for various opinion poll organisations including MORI polls, Harris Research., BPRI, Hill and Knowlton and Opinion Leader.
  • None of these are regular and all fees are paid direct from each polling organisation to local charities in my constituency.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I have received assistance in drafting Ten Minute Rule Bill from Age Concern.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Occasional invitations to home games at Shrewsbury Town Football Club. (Registered 19 July 1999)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Vice President of Offa's Dyke Association (honorary and unremunerated).
  • Vice President of Heart of Wales Line Travellers Association (honorary and unremunerated).
  • Member of the Agriculture and Rural Economy Committee of the Country Landowners Association (honorary and unremunerated).
  • Member of Shropshire Chamber of Commerce, Training and Enterprise (honorary and unremunerated).
  • Patron of the Drapers' Hall Building Preservation Trust (honorary and unremunerated).
  • Patron of the ReGenerate charity (honorary and unremunerated).
  • Chairman of Advantage Shrewsbury business forum (unpaid).
  • Trustee of the Shrewsbury Town FC Supporters Fund (unpaid).

Gordon Marsden - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Board of the Institute of Historical Research, London University (unpaid).
  • Member of the Advisory Council of the Museum of British History (unpaid).

David Marshall - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from both panels are passed on to other organisations.
  • I occasionally receive small payments for completing other research surveys. These payments are then passed on to other organisations.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director, East End Partnership Ltd. (unpaid). This company is a registered charity and has been set up by Strathclyde Regional Council, Glasgow District Council and Glasgow Development Agency. It is now funded by Glasgow City Council and Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow. I do not claim expenses of any kind.
  • Director, East End Ventures Ltd., Glasgow; a subsidiary company of East End Partnership, as above.
  • Co-opted Director (unpaid) of the Glasgow Alliance. This is a regeneration company funded by the Scottish Office and is a registered charity in Scotland. I do not claim expenses of any kind.
  • Honorary President of Energy Action Scotland. This is a charity registered in Scotland and I receive no payments or expenses of any kind.

Robert Marshall-Andrews - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Queen's Counsel.
  • Possible royalties from publishers (novels).
  • Occasional fees for articles and media appearances.

8. Land and Property

  • Small woodland in Shoreham, Kent.

Michael Martin - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Barmulloch Community Centre and Milnbank Housing Association each provide me with the use of a room for surgeries once a month. (Registered 13March 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • March 2001, reception room, together with buffet and alcoholic refreshments, provided free of charge by Tennants Brewery for a celebration party for 50 family and friends. (Registered 13 March 2001)

Eric Martlew - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from both Panels are sent directly to charities of my choice or the Labour Party.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I received a model of an electric locomotive from Virgin West Coast. (Registered 21 December 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 23-24 March 2000, to Bruges as part of a West Coast Main Line All Party Group delegation to receive briefing on high speed tilting diesel trains for cross country services, as a guest of Bombadier Ltd and Virgin Trains, in my capacity as joint Chairman of the West Coast Main Line All-Party Group. (Registered 30 March 2000)

Michael Mates - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary consultant to AFP (Technology) Limited; a computer software company specialising in management solutions. (£1-£1,000)
  • Parliamentary consultant to Smartlogik; a computer software company. (£1-£1,000)
  • Adviser on defence matters (no parliamentary involvement) to ABS Aircraft AG; a Swiss company manufacturing hovercraft.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). The fees are donated directly to the Wessex Children's Hospice.
  • Occasional broadcasting, journalism and lecturing.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary adviser to the Royal British Legion (unremunerated).

Francis Maude - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Benfield Greig PLC; reinsurance and financial services, with effect from 1 November 1999.
  • BusinessesForSale.com plc, with effect from 17 April 2000.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional advisory work in relation to Morgan Stanley Dean Witter's non UK investment banking business.
  • Occasional fees for speaking at conferences etc. are applied to defray some of my office costs.

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-6 June 2000, fact finding visit to Zimbabwe; air fares and accommodation paid for by [name withheld and lodged with the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, following a decision of the Standards and Privileges Committee]. (Registered 4 July 2000)
  • 11-12 November 2000, to Milan, for a meeting of the Trilateral Commission; travel and accommodation paid for by the Trilateral Commission. (Registered 30 January 2001)
  • 23-26 January 2001, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority; accommodation and some travel within Israel were provided by the Government of Israel. (Registered 30 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman of Governors, Abingdon School, Oxon. (unremunerated).

Brian Mawhinney - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman (non-executive), Andras House Ltd.; property and hotels.
  • Stiell Ltd. (non-executive); facilities management.
  • WR² (Indianapolis) USA (non-executive on the main board and on the wholly owned European board); environmentally acceptable biological waste disposal.
  • Director and Chairman Designate, Board of Trustees, Alexander and Alexander Pension Scheme.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Book contract with Harper Collins.
  • Honorarium received as guest lecturer at the Belfast Festival in Queen's University on 9 November 1999.
  • Occasional fees for journalism, speaking and broadcasting.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary membership of a local golf club in my constituency. (Registered 4 June 1998)
  • Occasional guest of the Football Association at internationals.
  • Occasional guest of Peterborough United FC at home games.

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-23 February 2000, to Larnaca, Cyprus as guest speaker at the World Evangelical Fellowship's International Conference; travel and accommodation provided. (Registered 29 February 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of Boston University, MA, USA (unpaid).
  • Adviser to the World Evangelical Fellowship's Religious Liberty Commission on international religious liberty matters (unpaid).
  • Board member of the Christian charity, World Relief (unpaid).

John Maxton - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Glasgow International Jazz Festival (unpaid, but free tickets for concerts.)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 7-9 June 2000, British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting with Spanish counterparts in Edinburgh. Travel paid for by British Airways and other expenses met from Group funds provided by our declared sponsors, British Gas plc and the Norwich Union plc. Travel within Edinburgh and other hospitality was provided and paid for by the Scottish Executive. (Registered 26 June 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 23-28 September 2000, to Beijing to deliver a paper on Government and Information Technology. My airfares (Business Class) were paid by Napier University and my accommodation, food etc in Beijing was paid by the Chinese Government. (Registered 6 October 2000)
  • 31 January-2 February 2001, to Seville, Spain, with the British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group, for meeting with Spanish colleagues from the Congress of Deputies. Travel paid out of Group funds provided by declared sponsors, British Gas plc and Norwich Union plc. (Registered 14 February 2001)

Theresa May - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting fees and conference fees.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary life membership for self and spouse of Maidenhead Conservative Club.
  • 6 July 2000, my husband and I were guests of the Director of Henley Festival of Music and the Arts at the Festival for dinner and a concert. (Registered 21 August 2000)
  • 15 September 2000, my husband and I were entertained to dinner at the Waterside Inn at Bray by Lyondell PLC, and I was given a gift of a Roux Brothers cookery book. (Registered 12 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Shareholdings held by self and spouse in Prudential Corporation PLC, which do not qualify for registration under Category 9.
  • Member of the Court of the University of Reading (unpaid).

John McAllion - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). Fee is donated directly to Dundee Labour Party.
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.

Thomas McAvoy - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 19 March 2000, two hospitality tickets for the CIS Football Cup Final provided by the Co-operative Insurance Society. (Registered 3 April 2000)
  • 18 March 2001, I receive two hospitality tickets for the CIS Football Final provided by the Co-operative Insurance Society. (Registered 24 March 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-5 November 2000, to Rome, Italy, accompanied by my wife, to attend the Jubilee Celebrations for World Parliamentarians. Our hotel accommodation was paid for by the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee in the Italian Senate. We met our own travel costs. (Registered 16 November 2000)

Stephen McCabe - Register history | MP’s page

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)

Chris McCafferty - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • House and shop in Todmorden.
  • Maisonette in Hebden Bridge.

Robert McCartney - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Queen's Counsel, Belfast.
  • Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly.
  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.

William McCrea - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Minister of Calvary Free Presbyterian Church.
  • Member, Magherafelt District Council.
  • Member, Northern Ireland Assembly.

8. Land and Property

  • Farm in Stewartstown.
  • Rented property only in Castledawson, Humberside, Derbyshire, Belfast.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of:
  • Daybreak Recording Company.
  • Bethany Development.

John McFall - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Research Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • All fees from panels are donated to charity.

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-5 November 2000, to Rome, accompanied by my wife, to attend the Jubilee Celebrations for World Parliamentarians. Our hotel accommodation was paid for by the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee in the Italian Senate. My wife and I met our own travel costs. (Registered 20 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Property in Dumbarton which I use as a constituency office.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman of Castle Rock Radio Station, Dumbarton (unremunerated).

Eddie McGrady - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Anne McGuire - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-5 November 2000, to Rome, Italy, accompanied by my husband, to attend the Jubilee Celebrations for World Parliamentarians. Our hotel accommodation was paid for by the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee in the Italian Senate. We met our own travel costs. (Registered 16 November 2000)

Anne McIntosh - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Non-practising Advocate.
  • Occasional fees for TV appearances.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • In my position as a member of the Public Policy Advisory Committee of the RAC I receive complimentary membership of the RAC Club at Pall Mall for me, and membership of their breakdown services for me and my husband. (Registered 29 January 1999)
  • 9 June 2000, I was the guest of Transco at the Yorkshire International Business Convention at Harewood House, Leeds. (Registered 7 June 2000)
  • 14 July 2000, visit to the York Races as a guest of the All-Party Racing and Bloodstock Industries Group. (Registered 26 July 2000)
  • 17 February 2001, my husband and I attended the Lord Mayor of York's Valentine's Ball at York Races as guests of BT plc. (Registered 19 February 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Half-share in smallholding in Teesdale, Co. Durham.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • President of Yorkshire First, an apolitical club whose purpose is to promote business in Yorkshire and whose members are drawn from the local business community (unremunerated).

Shona McIsaac - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Two donations of £400 each from USDAW to Cleethorpes Labour Party. (Registered 20 March 2001)

Rosemary McKenna - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for research surveys. Fees passed on to other organisations.
  • Occasional fees for speaking and lectures.

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-5 November 2000, to Rome, accompanied by my husband, to attend the Jubilee Celebrations for World Parliamentarians. Our hotel accommodation was paid for by the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee in the Italian Senate. My husband and I met our own travel costs. (Registered 20 November 2000)

Henry McLeish - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.
  • First Minister for Scotland.

8. Land and Property

  • Since December 1987 I have sub-let part of my constituency office in North Street, Glenrothes, Fife. The rental income has been paid directly into my office account.

Kevin McNamara - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional TV, Lecturing.

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-5 November 2000, my wife and I received hospitality from the Holy See whilst at the Intergruppo Parlamentare Jubilaeum. (Registered 29 November 2000)

Tony McNulty - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional script development work with Scottish Television.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 16-18 March 2000, to Keeble College, Oxford, to attend Königswinter Conference. Accommodation and board paid for by Anglo-German Foundation. (Registered 5 April 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 18 April 1999, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland, expenses paid by Holocaust Education Trust. (Registered 5 April 2000)
  • 18-20 March 2000, to Germany, to attend Königswinter Conference. Flight and accommodation paid for by Anglo-German Foundation. (Registered 5 April 2000)

John McWilliam - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).(£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Air fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 12 June 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unpaid) of EURIM; non-profit making company concerned with information technology in Europe for MPs.

Michael Meacher - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 9 July 2000, hospitality from Barclay's at Wimbledon Men's Final. (Registered 28 April 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Flats let in London.

Alan Meale - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Mansfield District Council provides me with premises in Mansfield for use as constituency offices for which I pay a nominal rent plus business rates. Staff, furniture, services and other running costs are paid for by me.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Shareholding in Mansfield Town AFC, non-recoverable (value £125).
  • One share in Co-operative Society.
  • Parliamentary spokesperson and consultant (unpaid) to the "Stand By Me Club", an organisation devoted to soul music and to the promotion of the song "Stand By Me", especially the recorded versions made by the artists Ben E. King and/or Kenny Lynch.

Alun Michael - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Very occasional journalism.
  • Fee received from Infolog Ltd., a company in London specialising in facilitating partnership training and development, for helping to plan and then chair three conferences on crime reduction issues for practitioners and professionals from crime reduction, local government, police etc. (Registered 11 May 2001)

Bill Michie - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Sheffield City Council provides me with premises in Sheffield for use as a Parliamentary office, for which I pay £1051.64 per year rent. Staff, furniture, services and running costs (excluding rates and power) are paid for by me.

Andrew Miller - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees are paid to local charities and other organisations.

6. Overseas visits

  • 21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Air fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 14 June 2000)

Austin Mitchell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Associate Editor, House Magazine. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Occasional journalism and broadcasting.
  • Occasional freelance lecturing and speaking.
  • May 1999-January 2000 I co-hosted thirty-two weekend phone-in shows "Grilled on Both Sides" for Talk Radio.
  • I write a column for Accountancy Age six times a year. Fee paid to the Association for Accountancy and Business Affairs, a non-profit making charitable foundation of which I am a trustee but receive no formal payment. (£1-£1,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 16-17 March 2000, to Jersey to give evidence to the Review Panel on the Machinery of Government set up by the Jersey States, who paid for my travel and accommodation. (Registered 22 March 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 11-13 July 2000, to Washington DC, to meet Members of Congress, the National Security Council and the Administration to discuss the proposed US National Missile Defence and CTBT ratification. Flight and hotel costs paid for by the W Alton Jones Foundation of Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. (Registered 14 July 2000)

Laura Moffatt - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • The salary of a research assistant in my office is met by the European Public Health Foundation (charitable trust).

Lewis Moonie - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Four days' salmon fishing as the guest of Mr Colin Cornes (the owner of Scottish Coal and Parkhill Estates Ltd.). (Registered 18 December 2000)

Michael Moore - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 22 April 2000, after attending a campaign on the theme of zero tolerance of road deaths at the Silverstone Motor Racing Circuit, I attended the British Grand Prix at the invitation of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, who provided me with a ticket, car parking allocation, pass to the VIP enclosure and refreshment. (Registered 19 April 2000)

Margaret Moran - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 26-31 March 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority with the Labour Friends of Israel to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East Peace Process. Flight and accommodation paid for by Labour Friends of Israel. (Registered 3 April 2000)
  • 21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Air fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 9 June 2000)
  • 2-3 November 2000, to Prague to participate in roundtable for The Pfizer Journal entitled "Responding to the Global Public Health Challenge of Violence". Travel and accommodation expenses, and honorarium, paid by Pfizer Journal. (Registered 2 January 2001)

Rhodri Morgan - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from writing and freelance broadcasting.
  • Member of the National Assembly for Wales.
  • First Minister of the National Assembly for Wales.

Julie Morgan - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional earnings from media work.

Alasdair Morgan - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from broadcasting and lecturing.
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.

John Morris - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Queen's Counsel.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 14 October 2000, hospitality provided by CORUS PLC on visit to Welsh National Opera, Cardiff. (Registered 30 October 2000)
  • 19 April 2001, gift of glass decanters from Neath/Port Talbot Council. (Registered 6 May 2001)

Malcolm Moss - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • Rental income from cottage in Wisbech, Cambs.
  • Rental income from a property in Glapthorn, Northants.

Mo Mowlam - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.
  • Payment for writing foreword to 'The Guardian Year 1999'.

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-14 March 2000, to New York to receive an award at the Irish American magazine Top 100 event, at their invitation. The cost of my air fare and accommodation was met by Irish America magazine. (Registered 29 March 2000)

Chris Mullin - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Journalist and author:
  • Occasional income from newspaper articles.
  • Royalties and film rights from four books written between 1982-7.

8. Land and Property

  • One bedroom flat in Sunderland from which a rental income is received.

Jim Murphy - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional contributions to newspapers in Scotland.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • On 30 October 2000 I received a donation from Mr Dover, a constituent, which will be used in my constituency office for the production of leaflets and newsletters over the next three months.

6. Overseas visits

  • 26-31 March 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority with Labour Friends of Israel, to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East peace process. Flight and accommodation were paid for by Labour Friends of Israel. (Registered 2 May 2000)

Denis Murphy - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-17 September 2000, to China, travel to China paid by myself, all travel and accommodation in China provided by the Chinese Association for International Understanding. (Registered 9 October 2000)

Patrick Nicholls - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary adviser to:
  • Wells: tailors, London. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • The Clinical Dental Technicians Association (CDTA). (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Builders Hardware Industry Forum. (£5,001-£10,000)
  • The Glass and Glazing Federation. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Consultant to Messrs. Dunn & Baker, Solicitors.
  • Occasional fees for writing and broadcasting.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional opinion polls for MORI.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • From late October 1997, loan of a sky dish from News International.
  • Cosmetic treatment to the body work of my motor car by The Plastic Surgeon Ltd of Exeter, Devon. (Registered 28 February 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt with my wife at the invitation and expense of the Government of Egypt. (Registered 11 May 2000)
  • 8-13 October 2000, to Bahrain accompanied by my wife, on a study tour financed by the Gulf Centre for Strategic Studies. (Registered 2 November 2000)
  • 19-22 October 2000, to Malaga to make a speech; air ticket paid for by Conservatives Abroad. (Registered 2 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Commercial rented property in Devon.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Parliamentary representative (unpaid) of the National Ex-Prisoner of War Association.

Archie Norman - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Lloyd's.
  • Primarily Marine, Motor and Aviation, but also other categories (private name).
  • Fees for occasional speaking engagements in connection with my business experience and career.

8. Land and Property

  • Farm in Argyll, Scotland.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) WILink.com; private investor services.
  • (a) MODE; e-commerce software.
  • (a) Contrl.print com.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Non-executive Director of MODE (unremunerated).
  • Non-executive Director of WILink.com (unremunerated);
  • Director Contrl.print com (unremunerated).

Dan Norris - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Minor book sale royalties received occasionally from Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Occasional journalism fees.
  • Occasional opinion polls for MORI.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • 23 November 2000, office equipment provided by Vote IT Ltd, a polling, referenda and consultation company based in Paulton in the Wansdyke constituency.

Mike O'Brien - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Solicitor (not practising).

Stephen O'Brien - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary Adviser to the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, of which I am a Fellow (from April 2000). (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Occasional fees for articles, broadcasting and speaking engagements.
  • Occasional opinion survey fees paid direct to a specified charity, St Luke's Hospice, Cheshire.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Advice and assistance from the National Farmers Union in connection with my Private Members' Bill on Honesty in Food Labelling.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary membership for self and spouse of Winsford Constitutional and Conservative Club.
  • 5 July 2000, visit to Wimbledon as guest of Blue Circle Industries PLC. (Registered 7 July 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-19 September 2000, to Qatar, as a guest of the Qatari Government. (Registered 26 September 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • A small property in Cumbria (owned by my wife) occasionally rented out for holiday lets.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Parliamentary Panel of Association of Consulting Engineers (unremunerated).
  • Member of Law Society.
  • Member of Carlton Club.
  • Member of the Cheshire Pitt Club.

Edward O'Hara - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 31 December 1999, guest of Ford Motor Company with three companions at the Millennium Dome with overnight accommodation. (Registered 15 February 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee, Community Development Foundation (Chairman).
  • Governor, Knowsley Community College.
  • Vice-Chairman, National Wild Flower Centre.

Martin O'Neill - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fees from occasional lecturing and journalism.
  • Parliamentary Adviser to the Machine Tool Technologies Association. (£10,001-£15,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-15 September 2000, IT visit to United States, part sponsored by Pacific Communications Group. (Registered 2 May 2001)

Mark Oaten - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Associate Editor, House Magazine. (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Payment for various speeches and television appearances.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Funding, subject to an annual limit of £5000, from the Association of Suppliers for Special Physical Needs, towards the expenses of a researcher in my Westminster office on disability issues.
  • Printing of my annual report by Denplan.

6. Overseas visits

  • June 2000, to Israel to meet with politicians, funded by the Israeli Government. (Registered 7 August 2000)

Bill Olner - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-31 March 2000, to the People's Republic of China and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Flights paid for by All-Party Britain China Parliamentary Group, costs in China paid for by People's Republic of China, costs in Hong Kong paid for by Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. (Registered 12 April 2000)
  • 12-15 September 2000, to Brussels, Antwerp and Rotterdam. Visit arranged and funded by the Rail Freight Group to provide information and experience of rail freight connections to the ports and to meet officials and parliamentarians in Brussels to discuss these matters. (Registered 21 November 2000)

Diana Organ - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). Fees donated to voluntary organisations.
  • Fee received for completion of MORI survey.
  • Occasional broadcasting fees.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) Swallowfield PLC.; aerosol business.

Sandra Osborne - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from broadcasting.

6. Overseas visits

  • 26-31 March 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority with the Labour Friends of Israel to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East Peace Process. Flight and accommodation paid for by Labour Friends of Israel. (Registered 4 May 2000)
  • 27 June-4 July 2000, to Colombia as part of an All-Party Group to meet various governmental and non-governmental organisations involved in the peace process and providing humanitarian aid to displaced people, paid for by Christian Aid. (Registered 25 July 2000)

Richard Ottaway - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Solicitor and Arbitrator.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Secondees to assist with Finance Bill 2000 from Deloitte & Touche and Kingston Smith.
  • In connection with my front bench duties I receive assistance on tax computations from an individual employed by KPMG.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Subscription to Sky Digital from Sky TV. (Registered 22 March 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt with spouse at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 18 May 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Rented property in Westminster.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Parliamentary panel of the Harris Research Centre.

Richard Page - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Page Holdings Ltd.; holding company, and associated companies involved in range of activities such as finance, motor retailing, coachworks.
  • Various fees for media and speaking appearances.
  • Various fees for surveys or interviews, normally redirected to a charity of my choice.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary adviser to the Machine Tool Technologies Association. (£10,001-£15,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 23-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee, who paid for air fares and part hotel costs. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 plc and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 5 June 2000)
  • 18-23 September 2000, to China with delegation from Parliamentary and Science Committee, who paid for my flight. My accommodation was paid for by the Committee on Education, Science, Culture, Health and Sport of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. (Registered 10 October 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) Page Holdings Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member- Treatment of Leukemia Research Fund (no salary received).

James Paice - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Plymtree Limited (formerly Burwell Auction Centre Limited).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the Harris Parliamentary Panel.(£1-£1,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary annual membership of Newmarket Race Club.
  • Honorary annual membership of Racecourse Association.
  • November 2000, two days' hospitality and shooting as a guest of Bass PLC. (Registered 14 December 2000)
  • 13 December 2000, one day's shooting as a guest of the tobacco Manufacturers' Association. (Registered 4 January 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Woodland/arable smallholding in Cambridgeshire.
  • Part share of a let residential property in Hertfordshire.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Plymtree Limited.

Ian Paisley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the European Parliament.
  • Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly.
  • Minister of the Martyrs Memorial Free Presbyterian Church, Belfast (expenses only).
  • I receive royalties from publications.
  • Occasional television appearances and journalism etc.: fees donated to the Church.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Protestant Telegraph Ltd. (Honorary director).
  • President, Whitefield College of the Bible (Honorary).

Nick Palmer - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary adviser to Novartis Services; a life sciences company. (£1,001-£5,000) This sum is not paid to me personally but goes towards the cost of newsletters to my constituents and other constituency-related costs.
  • Parliamentary adviser to Mr Richard Spinks, Chairman of vavo.com; a company specialising in internet services for the elderly. (£1,001-£5,000) This sum is not paid to me personally but goes towards newsletters and other constituency-related costs.
  • Occasional remunerated articles and conference speeches, usually on computing.
  • PLR royalties from three published books.
  • Occasional payments for participating in opinion poll surveys.

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 1 November 2000)

Owen Paterson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional modest income from broadcasting and journalism.

8. Land and Property

  • Rental of buildings attached to my house; rental of land and buildings at Bunbury, Cheshire. Small annual income.

Ian Pearson - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Christmas card 2000 supported by Dudley and Sandwell Chamber of Commerce and the News Group.

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-16 September 2000, IT visit to United States, part sponsored by Pacific Communications. (Registered 23 October 2000)

Tom Pendry - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman, The Football Stadia Improvement Fund Limited. (£20,001-£25,000)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary Adviser to the National Federation of Demolition Contractors Ltd. (£5,001-£10,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Many media, sporting, tourism and other cultural invitations as Chairman of All Party Tourism Group and of All Party Sports Group.
  • Complimentary membership of the Congress Dining Club, Westminster. (Registered 21 June 1999)
  • 9-11 February 2000, I attended the annual conference of the British Incoming Tour Operators Association (BITOA) in Belfast. My expenses were met by BITOA. (Registered 14 February 2000)
  • 15-17 February 2001, in my capacity as Chairman of the All-Party Tourism Group I attended the British Incoming Tour Operators Association annual convention in Bristol. BITOA met my travel and accommodation expenses. (Registered 27 February 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-17 September 2000, to China, travel to China paid by myself, all travel and accommodation in China provided by the Chinese Association for International Understanding. (Registered 4 October 2000)
  • 26-31 October 2000, to Kos, Greece to attend the annual conference of the Association of British Travel Agents in my capacity as Chairman of the All-Party Tourism Group. ABTA met my airfare and hotel accommodation. (Registered 1 November 2000)

Linda Perham - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting, speeches and opinion surveys. Proceeds donated to the Ilford North Constituency Labour Party.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 7-9 June 2000, British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting with Spanish counterparts in Edinburgh. Travel paid for by British Airways and other expenses met from Group funds provided by our declared sponsors, British Gas plc and the Norwich Union plc. Travel within Edinburgh and other hospitality was provided and paid for by the Scottish Executive. (Registered 26 June 2000)
  • 26 September 2000, two tickets for Labour Party Conference dinner paid for by Lloyds TSB (Registered 26 October 2000

6. Overseas visits

  • 29 September-8 October 2000, to India, sponsored by Labour Friends of India, which is funded by many individual donors in the UK. Particular sponsorship for flights came from the Chamber of Indian Industry and the Indian Government provided internal hospitality. (Registered 26 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • President, Hainault Forest Community Association (unremunerated).
  • Patron, Haven House (Children's Hospice Project in Redbridge).
  • Member of UNISON Trade Union.

Colin Pickthall - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

Peter Pike - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from both panels are normally paid to Burnley Labour Party or charities.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 27 February 2000, my daughter and I attended the Worthington Cup Final at Wembley as guests of Nationwide League. (Registered 29 February 2000)
  • Seats and hospitality at Burnley Football Club home games provided by Burnley FC. (Registered 8 January 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 26-31 March 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority with the Labour Friends of Israel to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East peace process. Flight and accommodation paid for by Labour Friends of Israel. (Registered 7 April 2000)
  • 27-29 November 2000, to Mabula, Northern Province, South Africa, to attend the AWEPA Conference on HIV/Aids/Human Rights. Fares and accommodation paid for by AWEPA (European Parliamentarians for Africa). (Registered 13 December 2000)
  • 24 February-2 March 2001, to Pakistan, accompanying the Mayor and Mayoress of Burnley and others on a goodwill visit and to see the position in Kashmir. Air fares were met by the Burnley Pakistan Association. Transport and accommodation in Pakistan and Kashmir was provided by the Government of Azad Kashmir and friends in Pakistan. (Registered 5 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • I am a small Burnley Football Club shareholder, sponsor, Clarets Foundation Member and a member of other fund-raising schemes of the Club.

James Plaskitt - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Income from occasional lectures, which is used to support the operation of my constituency office.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Production and distribution costs (approximately £1000) of my official Christmas card for 2000 sponsored by Calor Gas.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 7-8 September 2000, visit to Britannia North Sea Gas Platform, as a guest of Conoco Ltd. (Registered 31 October 2000)

Kerry Pollard - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I receive occasional fees for taking part in opinion polls for various organisations. The fees are paid to registered charities of my choice.

6. Overseas visits

  • 25-27 April 2000, to Poland with the All-Party Building Societies Group visit to the Polish Housing Minister and the Housing and Building Commission of the Parliament. Hotels paid by Polish Parliament. Fares paid by Building Societies Association. (Registered 5 May 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of The Genesis Initiative Limited, promoting the interest of small business at national and international level.
  • Director (unremunerated) of Open Door Trust, charity to fund constituency homeless project.
  • Director (unremunerated) of Birnbeck Housing Association.
  • Director (unremunerated) of Cherry Tree Housing Association.

Chris Pond - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for speaking, broadcasting and writing.
  • Occasional fees for survey interviews for MORI and other research organisations.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary Visiting Professor, Middlesex University (unpaid).

Michael Portillo - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Adviser on International Affairs to the Kerr McGee Corporation; oil and chemicals. (£5,001-£10,000) as part of a wider agreement.
  • International Strategic Adviser to the Probyn Group; financing renewable energy and other project finance. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Occasional fees for journalism, broadcasting and speaking.
  • 23 May 2000, fee from Institute of Credit Management National Conference - 'Credit Management in the Electronic Age'.
  • In 2000 I have carried out three speaking engagements for JLA Agency. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Speaking engagement conducted for the London Speaker Bureau on behalf of The Marketing Society, 14 November 2000 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

3. Clients

  • Of JLA Agency:
  • 28 February 2000, 1999 Kingsley Management Visions Lecture at Mayfair Intercontinental Hotel, London.
  • 8 May 2000, speaking engagement for PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
  • 30 August 2000, after dinner speech at 2000 Review Awards for Insurance Industry at Dorchester Hotel, London.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • In connection with my front bench duties I receive assistance on tax computations from an individual employed by KPMG.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • October 2000, free upgrade of my personal website provided by Lewisfield, a company based in Essex. (Registered 31 October 2000)
  • 1 March 2001, speaking engagement through Diana Boulter Associates for Ernst and Young. Transport to and overnight accommodation in Yorkshire. No fee. (Registered 5 March 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 27-29 October 2000, to Madrid to attend Seminar on Middle Eastern Policy organised by the New Atlantic Initiative, Washington, who paid for my air fares and accommodation. No fee received. (Registered 30 October 2000)
  • 20 November 2000, to Madrid to undertake a speaking engagement for The Economist Conferences who paid my air fares and a fee of more than £500. (Registered 21 November 2000)
  • 16-19 December 2000, to Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Croatia as a member of the International Commission on Missing Persons in the Former Yugoslavia. The Commission paid return air fare and three nights' hotel and food. (Registered 9 January 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Board of Sinfonia21, a Chamber Orchestra (no fee).

Stephen Pound - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for articles and broadcasting.
  • Regular contributions to "London Matters", a weekly LBC programme (until 9 January 2000). (£1,001-£5,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. All fees paid directly to local charities.
  • Occasional lectures to American students, Centers for Academic Programs Abroad. All fees made payable to local charities.
  • Nominated as an independent tribunal member to resolve a ground-handling dispute between Heathrow Airport Limited and the Airline Operators Committee on 29 September and 4 October 2000. Fee paid by Heathrow Airport Limited.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 25-27 April 2000, to Poland with the All-Party Building Societies Group visit to the Polish Housing Minister and the Housing and Building Commission of the Parliament. Hotels paid by Polish Parliament. Fares paid by Building Societies Association. (Registered 2 May 2000)

Raymond Powell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Polls completed for MORI on an ad hoc basis.

Bridget Prentice - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for opinion research.

John Prescott - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Use of car loaned to the Labour Party from Rover Group PLC, commencing 28 April 1995, for use by the Deputy Leader's office.

David Prior - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • IPS Group Limited; employment agency.
  • Beddows and Partners; steel and engineering consultancy.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Partnerships in Queenswood Farms and Brampton Farms.

8. Land and Property

  • Co-ownership of 7 houses in Norwich, let under assured tenancy.
  • Farm building let to nursery school.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Aston Group Ltd. (holding company; main subsidiary involved in boat hire).
  • (a) Brampton Property Management Limited.
  • (a) Brownoak Assured Tenancies Limited (BES).
  • (a) Brownoak Second Assured Tenancies Limited (BES).

Ken Purchase - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional articles, radio, TV, lectures and opinion polls. All income donated to constituency party.

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt, accompanied by my spouse, at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 10 May 2000)
  • 8-13 October 2000, study tour to Bahrain at the invitation and expense of the Gulf Centre for Strategic Studies, accompanied by my wife. During my stay I received emergency medical treatment (which is free of charge to Bahrain nationals and visitors) provided by the Government of Bahrain. (Registered 12 December 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary Representative of the British Health Care Association.

Lawrie Quinn - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • During my term of office Railtrack PLC, my former employer, has agreed to allow my wife and myself to retain travel facilities for personal private travel on the UK and European Railway system.
  • My professional fees as a chartered engineer will be reimbursed by Railtrack annually whilst I serve in Parliament.

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-13 April 2000, to Brazil with the British-Brazilian All-Party Group, travel and accommodation aid for by BG International. (Registered 8 June 2000

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Railtrack PLC has agreed to keep the offer of future employment as a chartered civil engineer open with them if I should cease to hold office as a Member of Parliament.

Giles Radice - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism and authorship.
  • Advance for book commissioned by Little Brown.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 23-25 March 2000, to Oxford to attend the Königswinter Conference sponsored by the Deutsche-Englische Gesellschaft. (Registered 20 December 2000)

Bill Rammell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional surveys for MORI.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Research Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional surveys for Opinion Leader Research. The fees are paid to Harlow Labour Party.
  • Occasional fees for speaking.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision of office space by Harlow District Council. I paid for the refurbishment of the office and pay for furniture, equipment and telephone bills.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Patron of the St. Clare West Essex Hospice Care Trust (unremunerated).
  • Patron of the Rainbow Services Furniture and Clothing Project in Harlow, Essex (unremunerated).
  • Patron of the Harlow Museum (unremunerated).
  • Presenter of monthly hour long show on ACR FM (unremunerated).
  • Patron of Homestart in Harlow (unremunerated).
  • Vice-President of the Harlow Rugby Club (unremunerated).

John Randall - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Randalls of Uxbridge Ltd.; family owned retail store in Uxbridge.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from broadcasting, etc.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Sponsorship as a Member of Parliament by Uxbridge Portcullis Club (private business club).

8. Land and Property

  • Residential rented property in Uxbridge.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Randalls of Uxbridge Ltd.
  • (a) Aquila Termeszetvedelmi Es Idegenforgalmi KFT (Aquila Nature Conservation and Tourist Ltd.); Hungarian eco-tourism company.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Abbeyfield Uxbridge Society Limited (unremunerated).
  • Trustee, the Randalls of Uxbridge Ltd. (1984) Retirement Benefit Scheme.

Syd Rapson - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • I am a member of the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union, which makes donations to my constituency party.

Nick Raynsford - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 31 December 1999, I attended the Millennium Dome opening celebration accompanied by my wife and two guests, as guests of the New Millennium Experience Company. (Registered 16 February 2000)

John Redwood - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Murray Financial Corporation PLC (non-executive).
  • Non-executive Chairman of Mabey Securities Ltd.
  • Cairngorm UK Financial Investment Trust Ltd. (formerly Cairngorm Demutualisation Investment Trust Ltd.) (non-executive); investment company.
  • BNB Resources PLC (non-executive); recruitment and recruitment advertising.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism, book royalties and speeches to business organisations and students.
  • Twelve articles for The Express newspaper. (Contract renewed, August 2000.) (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Occasional fees for radio and television appearances.
  • Member of the Advisory Board of Intelligent Engineering Holdings Ltd; a company developing new material for engineering uses.
  • Visiting Professorship to Middlesex University Business School, lecturing on financial subjects related to my previous career.
  • Fee for speech to Xplore UK, a business conference, in Brighton on 3 May 2000.
  • Fee for speech for the Henley Management Centre about the future of e-commerce, on 20 June 2000.
  • Fee for speech to the Garden Industry Manufacturers Association, July 2000.
  • Fee for corporate finance project from Active Value Fund Managers Ltd. (Investment Management).
  • Fee for speech to a conference organised by IG Index on the Euro. (Registered 13 March 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 4-8 March 2001, to Washington, USA, ticket paid for by British Airways. As the husband of a former senior manager of British Airways I obtained a ticket from the BA free and concessionary fare scheme. (Registered 13 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Investment Committee of All Souls College, Oxford (unpaid).

Andy Reed - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from both organisations are donated to local charities or the local constituency party.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I provide work experience for a temporary researcher supported by CARE (Christian Action, Research and Education).
  • My Christmas card competition, 2000, was sponsored by the Loughborough Building Society.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I have had complimentary use of The Mill Gym in Loughborough during the summer of 2000 to carry out my 'Commit to get fit' pledge. (Registered 11 October 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-4 August 2000, to Prague, Czech Republic, representing the Parliamentary Football teams in a game against the Czech Parliament and funded by Anglia Water. (Registered 11 October 2000)

John Reid - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 9 November 2000, two tickets and hospitality for the Celtic versus Bordeaux European Football match as a guest of Scottish Power. (Registered 9 November 2000)
  • 13 January 2001, I flew by helicopter courtesy of BAE Systems to take me from Stirling to their shipyard in Scotstoun in Glasgow. I then accepted a lift back from Glasgow to Northolt in the Chairman's private jet. (Registered 15 January 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Rental income received from flat in Kennington, London.

David Rendel - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payment for press articles, broadcasting appearances, and conference presentations.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the British Dental Health Foundation (unremunerated).

Andrew Robathan - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • All the fees from both panels are paid direct either to charity or to the Blaby Conservative Association.
  • Very occasional broadcasting fees.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 13 October 2000, I enjoyed a day's clay pigeon shooting and hospitality from plcm Consultants Ltd. (Registered 19 October 2000)
  • 4 December 2000, a day's shooting and hospitality courtesy of British Aerospace. (Registered 8 December 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee of the Halo Trust, mine clearance agency and a registered charity (unremunerated).

John Home Robertson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Family farming business.
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.

6. Overseas visits

  • 3-6 November 2000, my wife and I attended the Jubilee Celebrations for Parliamentarians held in Rome, at the invitation of the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee Year in the Italian Senate, which also paid for my wife's and my hotel accommodation while in Rome. My wife and I met our own travel costs to Rome. (Registered 8 December 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Paxton South Mains and Overhowden farms, Berwickshire.

Laurence Robertson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Various fees for television or radio appearances.
  • Various fees for surveys or interviews.
  • Various fees for speeches.
  • The above fees are often donated to charities.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Hospitality provided by representatives of the tobacco industry on an occasional basis for my wife and me, and by the industry itself and the Tobacco Manufacturers Association.
  • Various hospitality to my wife and me provided by racecourses, bookmakers, racing companies, and other racing groups and organisations.

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt, with my wife, at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 10 May 2000)
  • 8-13 October 2000, to Bahrain, with my wife, including all travel and hospitality,paid for by the Gulf Centre for Strategic Studies Ltd. (Registered 6 November 2000)

Peter Robinson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Castlereagh Borough Council.
  • Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly.
  • Minister for Department of Regional Development in Northern Ireland Assembly.
  • Occasional television and radio appearances.

8. Land and Property

  • Trustee for Party-owned property.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Union Arch; property development.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of Voice Newspapers Ltd.
  • Director (unremunerated) of Crown Publications.
  • Shareholding in Harland and Wolff; shipbuilders.

Geoffrey Robinson - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • New Statesman Limited.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Payment by the New Statesman Ltd. for the copyright of "The Unconventional Minister".

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) TransTec PLC; specialised engineers (in receivership).
  • (a) New Statesman Ltd.
  • (a) Stenbell Ltd.; administrative services.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Close members of my family (all over 18 years old) have an interest in the Robinson Family No. 2 Trust (administered in Guernsey).

Marion Roe - Register history | MP’s page

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • Shares held by myself:
  • (b)
  • (b) Fleming Income and Capital Investment Trust PLC.

Allan Rogers - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • All fees donated to Rhondda Multiple Sclerosis Society and/or Rhondda Special School for Handicapped Children.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director and Chairman of Rhondda Rugby Foundation (unremunerated).
  • Adviser, British Geological Survey (unremunerated).

Terry Rooney - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)

William Ross - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

8. Land and Property

  • Farmland in Turmeel, Dungiven, Co. Londonderry.

Ernie Ross - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Free use of Dundee District Council premises for fortnightly surgery, available to all elected representatives.
  • I am a member of the Commission of Inquiry which was established by the joint Middle East Councils of the Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Labour Parties to inquire into the status of the Palestinian refugees under United Nations Resolution 194. The Commission undertakes visits to the region to take evidence and meet with academics and international lawyers and publishes its findings. Donations of more than £1000 towards the funding of the Commission have been received from:
  • Mr A Qattan
  • The Council of Arab Ambassadors in London

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Complimentary invitation from Dundee United F.C. to attend home games during the season.

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-27 April 2000, to Egypt with spouse at the invitation and expense of the Egyptian Government. (Registered 15 May 2000)
  • 1-10 September 2000, to West Bank, Gaza, Amman, Damascus and Beirut as a member of the Commission of Inquiry into Palestinian refugees. Travel and expenses paid for by the Commission of Inquiry. Hotel accommodation in Amman, Damascus and Beirut paid for by the Meridien Hotel Group. (Registered 11 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (unremunerated).
  • Member of the Claverhouse Group (a training company). The company is a registered charity and I receive no remuneration.

Andrew Rowe - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • House at Chilham, Kent, which I let regularly.

Ted Rowlands - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • I occasionally receive payment for writing articles, broadcasting, opinion polls, etc.

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-14 October 2000, to Taiwan at the invitation of the Taiwanese Government. (Registered 25 October 2000)

Frank Roy - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). Fees to be donated to my Constituency Labour Party.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 28 February-7 March 2000, to Japan on fact-finding visit. All transport and accommodation costs were paid by the Japanese Government. (Registered 28 March 2000)
  • 3-5 November 2000, to Rome, accompanied by my wife, to attend the Jubilee Celebrations for World Parliamentarians. Our hotel accommodation was paid for by the Organising Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Parliamentarians for the Jubilee in the Italian Senate. My wife and I met our own travel costs. (Registered 20 November 2000)

Chris Ruane - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Opinion polls for MORI. (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from all panels and opinion polls are donated to local charities and local constituency party.

Joan Ruddock - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 18-27 February 2000, to India; flights paid for by Labour Friends of India, which is funded by donations from various British Indian companies and individuals, and travel within India provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 9 March 2000)

David Ruffley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Fees from occasional journalism and lecturing.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Fees from occasional opinion surveys conducted by Opinion Leader Research, MORI and NOP.
  • Nine lectures to students of the Institute of European Studies, London, May-July 2000, on British history and constitutional affairs. (£1,001-£5,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 8-13 October 2000, study tour to Bahrain at the invitation and expense of the Gulf Centre for Strategic Studies. (Registered 7 November 2000)
  • 13-18 August 2000, to Washington D.C., USA, to attend briefings with academic think-tanks on economic and social policy at the invitation and expense of the US State Department as a participator in the US International Visitor Program. (Registered 7 November 2000)

Christine Russell - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 20-30 March 2000, to China and Hong Kong; flights paid for by All-Party China Group, costs in China paid for by People's Republic of China, costs in Hong Kong paid for by Special Administrative Region. (Registered 14 December 2000)
  • 13-17 January 2001, to Kuwait with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Euro-Arab Co-operation, at the invitation of the Speaker of the National Assembly. All travel and accommodation costs met by the Kuwait National Assembly. (Registered 6 February 2001)

Bob Russell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Colchester Borough Councillor.
  • Occasional fees from journalism and broadcasting.
  • Occasional fees from opinion research surveys which I donate to good causes and charities.

6. Overseas visits

  • 23-27 August 2000, to Poland to attend the 3rd General Assembly of the World Parliamentary Scout Union in my capacity as Secretary of the All-Party Parliamentary Scout Group. My return air fare between London and Warsaw was paid by the UK Scout Association. Accommodation costs in Poland were paid by the Polish Scout Association supported by the Polish Government. (Registered 27 September 2000)

Joan Ryan - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 6-9 October 2000, to Cyprus to attend the Morphou Rally. Cost borne by the Morphou muncipality. (Registered 11 January 2001)

Alex Salmond - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Weekly racing column in The Herald newspaper, Glasgow.
  • Weekly column in the News of the World. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Series of articles for Scotland on Sunday.
  • Occasional journalism.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). The fees are paid to my constituency party or a local charity.
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.
  • Fee from David John Associates for speech at Business Awards Dinner, 13 October 2000.
  • Weekly newspaper column in Press & Journal. (£5,001-£10,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Presented with a gift of a waistcoat from the Fisheries Minister for Newfoundland at the North Atlantic Fisheries Conference, Banff. (Registered 15 May 2000)
  • Complimentary membership of Hamilton Racecourse. (Registered 13 December 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-18 November 2000, to Illinois, California and New York for lecture tour. Travel costs and flights paid for by St. Andrew's Societies in Illinois and New York and SNP USA. (Registered 29 December 2000)

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • Commemorative medal presented by St. Andrew's Society of New York. (Registered 13 February 2001)

Martin Salter - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from writing and broadcasting.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Patron, Cystinosis Foundation - UK and Eire (unremunerated).

Adrian Sanders - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for articles and broadcasting.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary membership of The Paignton Club, Paignton, Devon.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Non-remunerated directorship of Savage (Southern Association of Voluntary Action Groups for Europe), a not for profit company limited by guarantee set up for the benefit of voluntary organisations and charities involved in training and employment measures for the unemployed.
  • Ten Ordinary shares in the Dart Valley Light Railway Company.

Mohammad Sarwar - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 8-14 September 1999, to Pakistan and Azad Kashmir. Hotel accommodation and travel expenses were met by the Government of Azad Kashmir. (Registered 20 March 2000)
  • 20-27 December 1999, to Saudi Arabia. Hotel accommodation and travel expenses from Jeddah to Riyadh and from Riyadh to Medina were met by Prince Bandar bin Salman Al Saud of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (Registered 20 March 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Two investment properties in Glasgow.
  • Agricultural land in Pakistan.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) United Wholesale Grocers Limited; wholesale cash and carry and business in cigarettes, alcohol and grocery.
  • (a) United Cash and Carry Limited; trading in electrical, hardware, fancy goods and clothing.

Malcolm Savidge - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 11-13 July 2000, to Washington DC, under the auspices of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Security and Non-proliferation, to meet Members of Congress, the National Security Council and the Administration to discuss the proposed US National Missile Defence and CTBT ratification and related matters. Flight and hotel costs paid for by the W Alton Jones Foundation of Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. (Registered 11 August 2000)

Phil Sawford - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 13 May 2000, I attended the FA Umbro Cup at Wembley, as guest of Kettering Town FA who provided me with a ticket and hospitality. (Registered 15 May 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the League Against Cruel Sports.
  • Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and development.
  • Member of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
  • Member of Co-op Party.
  • Member of the GMB.

Jonathan Sayeed - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Crystal Clear (Manufacturing) Ltd. (non-executive) (currently unremunerated).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Lloyd's (resigned 31 December 1996).
  • Accounts in run-off: Marine and Non-Marine.

6. Overseas visits

  • 11-13 July 2000, to Washington DC, to meet Members of Congress, the National Security Council and the Administration to discuss the proposed US National Missile Defence and CTBT ratification. Flight and hotel costs paid for by the W Alton Jones Foundation of Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. (Registered 17 July 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Washington WebWorks; US Limited Liability Company which designs websites and offers other services to political candidates in the US.

Brian Sedgemore - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Freelance journalist, writer.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • March 2000,loan of courtesy car for six days from Wayside Garages Ltd. (Registered 20 April 2000)

Jonathan R Shaw - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 24 March 2001, my wife and I attended the annual dinner of the British Recovered Paper Association at the Hotel Inter-Continental, London, as guests of the Association who also paid for our overnight accommodation at the hotel. (Registered 20 April 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Snodland Working Men's Club, Snodland, Kent.

Barry Sheerman - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman and Director of Networking for Industry, a not for profit company limited by guarantee. Provides a small amount of administrative support.
  • Chairman and Director of Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS). Occasional travel costs paid by PACTS.
  • Onyx Environmental Advisory Board.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Academic adviser and lecturer for a number of academic institutions.
  • First Vice-Chairman of the World Bank sub-committee.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Loan of office equipment from G.P.C. Computer Software.

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-11 January 2000, to Washington, USA, paid for by the World Bank. (Registered 30 November 2000)
  • March 2000, to Gothenburg to chair the Volvo Foundation International Conference, for which I received a fee. Flights and hotel paid for by the Foundation. (Registered 28 July 2000)
  • 14 April 2000, to Amsterdam with the World Bank's Global Road Safety Partnership. Flight and hotel paid for by the World Bank. (Registered 8 December 2000)
  • 12-20 September 2000, to Vancouver to address a conference on road safety. Flight and hotel expenses met by the Insurance Company of British Columbia. (Registered 23 November 2000)
  • 21-23 September 2000, to Bucharest for the World Bank's Global Road Safety Partnership meeting, paid for by the World Bank. (Registered 23 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Small flat in London EC2, currently let.
  • Holiday home in the United States.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee, National Children's Centre (unpaid).
  • Chairman, National Education Research and Development Trust (unpaid).
  • Director, London School of Economics (unpaid).
  • Director, European Informatics Market (Eurim) (unpaid).
  • Director, InterParle (unpaid; European parliamentary intranet system).
  • Executive Chairman, Urban Mines Ltd.; (unpaid; a not for profit environmental organisation which provides administrative help to the chairman's office).

Robert Sheldon - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Technical and business adviser to R.E. Sheldon Ltd. and Acronyl Ltd.; manufacturers of household textiles. (Companies created by Robert Sheldon before he became a Member of Parliament.)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) R. E. Sheldon Ltd.
  • (a) Acronyl Ltd. (which has a shareholding in Tonrose Ltd.)

Gillian Shephard - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Coventry Building Society (non-executive).
  • DMATEK Limited (non-executive); electronic surveillance equipment.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Speaking fees from Hansard and the Parliamentary Forum.
  • Lecture fee from the Human Resources Presidents Club.
  • Occasional fees for opinion poll interviews.
  • Senior Political Adviser to the D Group, the Networking Division of Strategy International Limited; a consultancy. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Fees for three television programmes for Powerhouse.
  • Chairman to the Council of the Ombudsman Scheme for Estate Agents.

Richard Shepherd - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Partridges of Sloane Street Ltd (non-executive founder Chairman); food retailing.
  • Shepherd Foods (London) Ltd. (non-executive founder Chairman).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Former member of Lloyd's. Resigned with effect from 31 December 1994.
  • Categories of business underwritten in open and run-off years: All, except Life.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Partridges of Sloane St. Ltd.
  • (a) Cottonrose Ltd.; clothes retailer.
  • (a) Shepherd Foods (London) Ltd.
  • (a) Shepherd Food Holdings Ltd.

Debra Shipley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). All money sent directly by Harris to a local charity.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I received help with the design, launch and maintenance of my website from Microdoc of Stourbridge. (Registered 15 February 2001)
  • I received financial support from GMB for the printing of my constituency newsletter in 2000. (Registered 15 February 2001)

Keith Simpson - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • The Eric Morris Consultancy Ltd (Geopolitical Analysts and Advisers) (non-executive). (£1,001-£5,000)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Occasional journalism and lecturing.

Alan Simpson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from published articles.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Member of the Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International).

6. Overseas visits

  • 23-27 February 2000, to Washington, USA, to speak at a conference on Damages and Liabilities Related to GMO foods organised by the American Consumer Choice Council who paid all flight and accommodation costs. No fee received. I also had meetings with the American Corn Growers Association and the lawyers involved in the law suit against Monsanto relating to GMO liabilities and breach of anti-trust legislation. (Registered 10 March 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of board of Tribune Newspapers (unremunerated).

Jacqui Smith - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional articles and lectures.
  • Occasional fees for opinion polls.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I receive a complimentary car parking season ticket from Birmingham International train station. (Registered 20 December 2000)

Llew Smith - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional radio/television interview - fees donated to local Labour Party.

Robert Smith - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting and speaking engagements.

8. Land and Property

  • Farm and cottages in Aberdeenshire.

Chris Smith - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • In my capacity as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, I receive frequent invitations to attend arts, cultural and sporting events; and the value of the hospitality extended to me on some of these occasions is probably greater than £235.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects (unremunerated).

Angela Smith - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism and media appearance.
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Opinion Leader Research Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Harris Research Panel.
  • All opinion poll fees are paid direct to charities.

6. Overseas visits

  • 27-29 October 2000, to Berlin/Potsdam, to attend seminars on social policy. My accommodation and travel was paid for by the Freidrich Ebert Stiftung, which organised the seminars. (Registered 4 December 2000)

Iain Duncan Smith - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism, broadcasting and lecturing.
  • Business consultant to Fortress Holdings PLC; sale and marketing of manufactured goods.
  • Business consultant to Wicksteed Engineering.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I occasionally receive unpaid research assistance from interns from colleges (Pace University, Central University of Iowa and Tufts) in America whilst they are studying in London.

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-18 June 2000, to Beaver Creek, Colorado, to attend the AEI World Forum 2000 at the invitation of the American Enterprise Institute, who paid for my travel and accommodation. (Registered 29 June 2000)
  • 12-16 February 2001, to Washington DC, sponsored by the Heritage Foundation, who paid for travel and accommodation. (Registered 9 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Whitefield Development Trust (unremunerated) in support of Whitefield Schools and Centre in Walthamstow. Whitefield is a school for special needs and disabled children in my constituency.
  • Member of Court, University of East London.
  • Honorary Vice-President of the Chapen End Savoy Players.

Geoffrey Johnson Smith - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • (Non-Executive) Taylor Alden Ltd. (industrial relations and marketing; see Category 3 below). (£5,001-£10,000)
  • (Non-Executive) Glengate Holdings PLC (commercial and industrial property).

3. Clients

  • Of Taylor Alden Ltd.:
  • Norske Skog
  • OCS Group
  • Kopex International Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • President of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Andrew Smith - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Advice on constituency website provided by CSW Informatics and Public Impact. (Registered 23 June 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 4-7 March 2000, to Bonn as Lord Mayor's Escort; flight paid for by City of Oxford; accommodation paid for by City of Bonn. (Registered 25 March 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Additional voluntary contributions policy with Equitable Life.

Martin Smyth - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-12 April 2000, to Brazil with British-Brazilian Parliamentary Group, to promote British investments and study developments, paid for by British Gas. (Registered 20 April 2000)
  • 18-23 May 2000, to Taipei, Taiwan, to attend the inauguration of the President, as the guest of the Government of Taiwan. (Registered 12 July 2000)

Peter Snape - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Director of Guildfare; a wholly owned subsidiary of the Guild of Business Travel Agents.(£1,001-£5,000)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Parliamentary Consultant to the Guild of Business Travel Agents. (£1,001-£5,000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) National Express PLC; bus, rail, coaching and airport operator.

Nicholas Soames - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Chairman, The Framlington Second Dual Trust PLC; investment trust.
  • Chairman of the Property Merchant Group; a property investment and management company.
  • Director, Wiltons Restaurant (St. James's).
  • Asprey and Garrard (non-executive).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Senior Vice-President, MMC Group; insurance brokers.
  • Adviser on business development to:
  • Investcorp; fund management company.
  • Cumulus Systems; software company.
  • A.D.I.; employment services company.
  • Welcome Break; operator of motorway service stations.

6. Overseas visits

  • 11-14 March 2001, to Oman, as the guest of the Government of Oman. (Registered 29 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee, The Amber Foundation.
  • Trustee, The Game Conservancy.
  • Vice-President, St. Catherine's Hospice.
  • Vice-President, The Sussex Cattle Society.
  • President, Staplefield Cricket Club.
  • President, Tyburn Angling Society.
  • President of the South of England Hound Show.
  • President of the East Grinstead Target Shooting Club.

Clive Soley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for journalism.

Helen Southworth - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for completing opinion polls, all of which are donated to charity.

Caroline Spelman - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • The salary of one of my Research Assistants is met by Christian Action, Research and Education (CARE).
  • 1 June-28 July 2000, a full-time researcher has been provided to me by the BBC as part of an assignment to learn about the political process and the work of Westminster.
  • As a member of the Opposition Front Bench Health Team, I benefit from research support provided by a team researcher who is on secondment from Newship Group Ltd., a management company.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Unremunerated director of Spelman, Cormack and Associates; family business specialising in food and biotechnology.

Michael Spicer - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Non-executive President of the Association of Electricity Producers. (£10,001-£15,000)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Income from occasional writing and broadcasting.

Richard Spring - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional lecturing and journalism.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
  • Occasional opinion polls for MORI.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • The Small Business Bureau have supplied my office with communications equipment and a service contract.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • As a Member of Parliament for Newmarket, I receive a number of invitations from either racecourse directors or racing sponsors to attend race meetings.

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-19 September 2000, to Qatar, as a guest of the Qatari Government. (Registered 20 September 2000)
  • 6-8 October 2000, to the State of Kuwait, as a guest of the Kuwaiti Government. (Registered 9 October 2000)
  • 2-7 January 2001, to Israel under the auspices of the Conservative Friends of Israel. (Registered 8 January 2001)
  • 16-24 February, to Syria and Lebanon, under the auspices of the Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding. (Registered 26 February 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of the Small Business Bureau Limited.

Rachel Squire - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Honorarium of £200 for participation in a seminar at Royal College of Defence Studies on 18 March 1999. The sum was passed on to a departing colleague.
  • Honorarium of £200 from the Royal College of Defence Studies for conducting a seminar on 9 March 2000. Money donated to Dunfermline West Constituency Labour Party.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Hotel accommodation during Labour Party Conference 1999 held in Bournemouth paid for by Unison. (Registered 6 February 2001)
  • Two nights' bed and breakfast accommodation in Brighton hotels during Labour Party Conference 2000 paid for by Unison. (Registered 6 February 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 6-8 April 2000, to Berlin to attend an international conference; meals and accommodation paid for by the Friedrich Egbert Stiftung. (Registered 4 May 2000)
  • 18-20 May 2000, to Apeldoorn, in The Netherlands, to attend the Apeldoorn Conference, organised by The Netherlands Atlantic Association. My flight costs, meals and accommodation were paid for by the conference sponsors who included Shell, Unilever and the Dutch Foreign Office. (Registered 23 May 2000)
  • 16-22 September 2000, to the Republic of Korea. Air travel and hotel costs were met by the Korean Government. (Registered 12 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary Vice President of the Dunfermline Branch of The Royal British Legion Scotland (unpaid)
  • Vice President of the Relatives Association Scotland (unpaid).
  • Vice President Maritime Volunteer Service (unpaid).
  • Patron Home Start (Dunfermline) (unpaid).

John Stanley - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Henderson High Income Trust PLC; investment trust.
  • Henderson High income Trust Securities PLC; investment trust.
  • Fidelity Japanese Values PLC; investment trust.
  • Gartmore Split Capital Opportunities Trust PLC; investment trust.
  • GSCOT Securities PLC; investment trust.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consultant on financial services to Fidelity Investment Management Ltd.
  • Occasional lecturing.

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-22 September 2000, to the Republic of Korea. Air travel and hotel costs were met by the Korean Government. (Registered 26 September 2000)
  • 28 February-4 March 2001, to the Republic of Korea for the annual meeting of the Britain-Korea Forum for the Future. My air travel and hotel costs were met by the UK-Korea Forum. (Registered 8 March 2001)

Phyllis Starkey - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 1-3 April 2000, return flight from London to Jerusalem for visit to Al Quds Medical School, funded by the Welfare Association of Jerusalem. (Registered 16 April 2000)
  • 5-7 June 2000, to Jerusalem to attend conference on "Culture and Community in Jerusalem". Air travel and all accommodation costs in Jerusalem funded by the Law Society, Jerusalem. (Registered 12 June 2000)
  • 6-22 September 2000, to United States of America (Washington; Lincoln, Nebraska; Houston and Atlanta) to study aspects of the US electoral system and Presidential Campaign, travel and accommodation funded by the US State Department as part of their International Visitor Programme. (Registered 26 October 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Previous family home in Oxford, now let to tenants.
  • Flat in Kennington.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Parliamentary Panel of Royal College of Nurses (unpaid).
  • Honorary adviser to Local Government Information Unit (unpaid).
  • Member of the Audit Committee to the Board of Governors of Milton Keynes College (unremunerated).

Anthony Steen - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Public affairs, parliamentary and legal adviser to the Board of Airlines of Great Britain (involves regular travel on a number of airlines in connection with airline work in UK and Europe; occasional free air travel for immediate family in UK and Europe). Fees for parliamentary advice, (£10,001-£15,000) as part of a wider agreement, and funding of part-time research help.
  • Barrister at Law.
  • Underwriting Member of Lloyd's (resigned 31 December 1998).
  • I write lines in the marine, non-marine, aviation and motor markets.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Unpaid adviser to the English Vineyards Association.

Gerry Steinberg - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Durham City Council provide me with office accommodation at a reduced rent.

George Stevenson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)

David Stewart - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I receive the services of a intern sponsored by CARE (Christian Action Research and Education) for four days a week.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Inverness Caledonian Thistle Trust Ltd. This is an unpaid post in a company whose objects are charitable. My shareholdings in the football club are below that which require registration.

Ian Stewart - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for opinion polls.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Access to various ICT facilities as part of the GEMISIS (Government, Medical, Industrial and Social Information Superhighway) Project based at Salford University.

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-4 August 2000, to Prague, Czech Republic, with the Parliamentary Football Team. Flights and accommodation were paid for by the following sponsors; Anglian Water, Zepter-International, Hotel-intercontinental CSA-Czech Airlines. (Registered 4 September 2000)
  • 8-13 October 2000, to Bahrain as member of the All-Party Parliamentary UK-Bahrain Group. Flights and accommodation were provided by the Gulf Centre for Strategic Studies. (Registered 20 December 2000)

Paul Stinchcombe - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Practising barrister.
  • Column in Planning Magazine. (£1-£1,000)

8. Land and Property

  • Residential two-bedroomed flat, one bedroom of which is used as my London home, the other of which is rented out, in London E14.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of the Council of Justice (unpaid).
  • Member of the Board of the Prison Reform Trust (unpaid).
  • Honorary membership, League Against Cruel Sports.

Howard Stoate - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • General practitioner.
  • General practice tutor in South Thames Region.
  • Occasional income from journalism, lecturing and broadcasting.

6. Overseas visits

  • 26 September-1 October 2000, to Puerto Rico accompanied by my wife, to present a paper to International Pharmacy Conference in my capacity as Chair of the All-Party Group on Pharmacy. Tickets and accommodation were provided by Unichem. (Registered 24 November 2000)
  • 21-27 January 2001, study tour to Moscow with International Planned Parenthood Federation to study reproductive health in Russia and to discuss setting up an All-Party Group on Reproductive Health in the Russian Duma. Ticket and accommodation provided by IPPS. (Registered 5 February 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Share in freehold of surgery premises in Bexleyheath.

Gavin Strang - Register history | MP’s page

8. Land and Property

  • Rental income from holiday apartment in Spain.
  • House in Tayside.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman of the Craigmillar Social Inclusion Partnership - September 1999.
  • Trustee of Portobello British Legion Social Club - September 1970.

Jack Straw - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • On 16 February Amstrad presented me with an Amstrad e-m@ailer for use in my Blackburn constituency office. (Registered 9 March 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 31 December 1999, five tickets to the Millennium Dome provided by the New Millennium Experience Company. (Registered 9 March 2000)
  • 23 February 2000, two tickets to attend the England v Argentina international football match provided by the Football Association. (Registered 9 March 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Rent income from offices in Blackburn.

Gary Streeter - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Triage PLC (non-executive); a recruitment agency within the telecommunications industry based in Bromley.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from journalism and speaking engagements.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • From 1 October 1998 funding for a researcher/adviser has been made available by a number of small Christian charitable trusts and from 19 October 1998 I have the benefit of a research assistant provided by CARE (Christian Action Research Education).

6. Overseas visits

  • 27 June-4 July 2000, to Colombia as part of a cross-party delegation paid for by Christian Aid. (Registered 21 July 2000)

Graham Stringer - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 1 April 2000, guest of Atlantic Telecom at Alex Ferguson Testimonial. (Registered 7 April 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of MSF trade union.

Gisela Stuart - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 25-26 November 2000, to Germany for a television interview. Economy flight to Baden-Baden and overnight accommodation paid for by Format e TV production (Frank Elsher Show). (Registered 18 December 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee to the CBSO Development Trust based in my constituency. No financial benefits.

Andrew Stunell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Elected member of Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 23-24 September 1999, all-party visit to Gannet Field in the North Sea with the Parliamentary Group for Energy Studies, as guests of Shell. (Registered 17 March 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 9 May 2001)

Gerry Sutcliffe - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 2 November 2000, I was a guest of the Football Foundation at the NSPCC fundraising dinner at Wembley Stadium. (Registered 28 November 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-4 August 2000, to Prague, Czech Republic, with the Parliamentary Football Team. Flights and accommodation paid for by the following sponsors; Anglian Water, Zepter-International, Hotel-intercontinental CSA-Czech Airlines. (Registered 31 August 2000)

Desmond Swayne - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Serving Territorial Army Officer.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • As a Member of the Opposition Front Bench Health Team, I benefit from research support provided by a team researcher who is on secondment from Newship Group Ltd., a management company.

8. Land and Property

  • My wife has a residential property in London from which she derives rental income, and she also obtains rental income from our own dwelling in London.

John Swinney - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of the Scottish Parliament. No salary drawn from that post.
  • Occasional fees from broadcasting and newspaper articles.
  • Fee for participating in a seminar from a post graduate group of General Practitioners in the East Perthshire area of my constituency, which I donated to the Lippen Care Charity of which I am a Vice-Patron.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I received the following donations towards my SNP leadership election campaign:
  • Donation in kind of leaflets, value £1000 from Craig & Stewart Printers
  • Contributions of less than £1000 from four donors.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 6 March 2001, I received a gift of a kilt belt and sporran from Morris Leslie Ltd. at Scone Airport. (Registered 3 April 2001)

Robert Syms - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Marden Holdings Ltd.; family business with interests in property, building and road haulage.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary membership, Parkstone Yacht Club.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Marden Holdings Ltd.

Peter Tapsell - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • International adviser to Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation; a Japanese Trust Bank in both Japan and overseas.

John Taylor - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Solicitor (non-practising).

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 14 May 2000, guest of Gallaher Group PLC at the Benson and Hedges Golf Tournament (The Belfry). (Registered 22 May 2000)

Matthew Taylor - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional payment received for newspaper articles, broadcasting, etc.
  • Six columns a year for Accountancy Age (ended September 2000). (£1-£1,000)

Teddy Taylor - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Shepherd Foods Ltd. - non-executive director of company which is a grocery chain operating stores named "Shepherds" and "Partridges", in London only.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Port of London Police Federation - Parliamentary adviser to a small force of about 50 police officers all working in Tilbury Dock, Essex. (£1-£1,000)
  • Parliamentary Consultant to Law Holdings, Tannochside, Uddingston; open cast coal mining. (£5,001-£10,000)
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Fee for lecture at conference at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen on 28 October 1999.
  • Fee for article in Mail on Sunday in January 2000.

John D Taylor - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • West Ulster Estates Ltd.; property management.
  • Tontine Rooms Holding Co. Ltd.; publishing and printing;
  • and its subsidiary companies from which I receive no direct income:
  • Tyrone Courier Ltd.; publishing.
  • Ulster Gazette Ltd.; publishing.
  • Carrickfergus Advertiser Ltd.; publishing.
  • Tyrone Printing Co. Ltd.; printing.
  • Cerdac Print (Belfast) Ltd.; printing.
  • Sovereign Properties (NI) Ltd.; property development.
  • Alpha Newspapers (Ireland) Ltd.; publishing.
  • Ulsternet (NI) Ltd.; internet services.
  • Outlook Press (NI) Ltd.; publishing.
  • Tyrone Constitution Ltd.; publishing.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Civil Engineer (no income currently received).
  • Member of Northern Ireland Assembly.

6. Overseas visits

  • 31 January-2 February 2001, to Seville, Spain, with British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group, to meet with Spanish colleagues from the Congress of Deputies. (Registered 9 February 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Commercial freehold property in City of Belfast.
  • Commercial leasehold property in City of Armagh.
  • Residential freehold property in City of Westminster.
  • Residential property in Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Gosford Voluntary Housing Association Ltd.
  • (a) West Ulster Estates Ltd.
  • (a) Tontine Rooms Holding Co. Ltd.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Gosford Voluntary Housing Association Ltd.; provision of rented homes for elderly (unremunerated).

Dari Taylor - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of MORI Opinion Panel.

Ann Taylor - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Football hospitality from the Football Association and Bolton Wanderers Football Club.
  • 2 November 2000, I was a guest of the Football Foundation at the NSPCC fundraising dinner at Wembley Stadium. (Registered 28 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Rental income from London flat.

Ian Taylor - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Fentiman Consultants Limited; management advisory services.
  • Hudson Venture Partners Limited (non-executive); provides venture capital and technology transfer advice to companies and universities.
  • OneMonday Group PLC (formerlyText 100 Group PLC) (non-executive); public relations for technology companies.
  • Chairman of Text 100 International Limited, wholly owned subsidiary of OneMonday Group PLC.
  • Chairman of Radioscape Limited; company specialising in software solutions for digital broadcasting.
  • Speed-trap Limited (formerly Speed-trap.com. Limited) (non-executive); e-commerce performance management.
  • Screen PLC (non-executive); supplier of mobile data systems and services.
  • Interregnum PLC; venture capital management company.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from articles and speeches.

3. Clients

  • Of Fentiman Consultants Limited:
  • Avenir Technology UK Limited; technology systems adviser.
  • Kreab Communications Limited; corporate communications adviser.

6. Overseas visits

  • 21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Air fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 plc and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 6 June 2000

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Fentiman Consultants Limited. (I hold 60% and my wife 30%).
  • (a) Hudson Venture Partners Limited.
  • (a) Speed-trap Limited.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Honorary Director of the British Association for Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Honorary Director of EURIM, a company formed to monitor and collate information on the European Information Society as it affects E.C. and British legislation and to lobby the E.C. and British ministers and parliamentarians.

David Taylor - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Some freelance accountancy income and occasional fees for responses to opinion surveys, both donated to local charitable causes.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Patron of Occupational Compensation Scheme Ltd. (unremunerated).
  • Member of UNISON, Council for the Protection of Rural England, Magistrates Association, Ramblers' Association, Greenpeace and Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy.

Peter Temple-Morris - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • John Kendall Associates (Press Relations) Ltd; press and public relations with particular interests in agriculture and Wales. (£1,001-£5,000)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from journalism and the media.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Consultant to Moon Beever, Solicitors, in London.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 7-9 June 2000, British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting with Spanish counterparts in Edinburgh. Travel paid for by British Airways and other expenses met from Group funds provided by our declared sponsors, British Gas plc and the Norwich Union plc. Travel within Edinburgh and other hospitality was provided and paid for by the Scottish Executive. (Registered 23 June 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-17 March 2000, British-Netherlands All-Party Parliamentary Group visit to the Netherlands Second Chamber at the Hague. Travel paid by Group from funds donated by declared sponsors, namely Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever and Reid Elsevier. All other expenses met by the Second Chamber. (Registered 11 April 2000)
  • 31 January-2 February 2001, to Seville, Spain, with the British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group, for meeting with Spanish colleagues from the Congress of Deputies. Travel paid out of Group funds provided by declared sponsors, British Gas plc and Norwich Union plc. All other expenses met by our hosts, the Spanish Congress of Deputies. (Registered 20 February 2001)

Gareth Thomas - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for opinion polls. The fees are passed on to my constituency party.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 14 December 2000, contribution towards my accommodation costs during the Labour Party Conference made by the AEEU. (Registered 12 January 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 29 September-8 October 2000, to India, sponsored by Labour Friends of India, which is funded by many individual donors in the UK. Particular sponsorship for flights to India came from the Chamber of Indian Industry and internal hospitality was provided by the Indian Government. (Registered 27 October 2000)
  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 27 October 2000)

Simon Thomas - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from broadcasting/media (donated to charity).
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). Income from this will be given to a charity or my local branch of the Plaid Cymru Party.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Donation for part payment for setting up a website from Mr Emlyn Phillips. (Registered 24 April 2001)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • I receive free parking at railways stations whilst travelling between my constituency and Westminster from APCOA Parking Limited. (Registered 20 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Parliamentary Adviser to Undeb Cenedlaethol Athrawon Cymru (National Association of Teachers) (non-remunerative post).

Gareth Thomas - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister in private practice.
  • Occasional fees for broadcasting.
  • Occasional fees for opinion polls.

William Thompson - Register history | MP’s page

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Relay (Omagh) Ltd.; television sales and rentals.

Stephen Timms - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I employ a research assistant for four days a week, half of whose full salary is paid by CARE (Christian Action Research and Education).

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Patron of Newham Music Trust.
  • Member of board of reference for City Gateway training project, East London.
  • Patron of Angels theatre and production company, Newham.
  • Patron of Plashet Zoo, East Ham.

Paddy Tipping - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Vice-President of the Ramblers Association.

Mark Todd - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). Fee is paid to my constituency party.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fee is paid to my constituency party.
  • Completion of other surveys on behalf of Gallup, MORI, Opinion Leader Research and others. Any payments are made to my constituency party.
  • Occasional broadcasting fees.

Jenny Tonge - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 27 June-4 July 2000, to Colombia as part of an All-Party Group to meet various governmental and non-governmental organisations involved in the peace process and providing humanitarian aid to displaced people, paid for by Christian Aid. (Registered 25 July 2000.)

8. Land and Property

  • Holiday home in Herault, France,
  • Holiday home in Pembrokeshire.

John Townend - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • J. Townend & Sons (Hull) Ltd. and subsidiary and associated companies; wine merchants and hoteliers. The subsidiary and associated companies are:
  • Willerby Manor Hotels Ltd.
  • House of Townend Ltd.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional television fees.
  • Member of Lloyd's. (Resigned 31 December 1997)
  • Categories of business underwritten: All, except long term business (primarily life).

8. Land and Property

  • Rented cottage in Driffield.
  • Half share of rented shop in Hull.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) J. Townend & Sons (Hull) Ltd. and subsidiary companies.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of Council of Wine and Spirit Association of Great Britain (unremunerated).

David Tredinnick - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Malden Mitcham Properties.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Lloyd's.
  • Categories of business underwritten: All (until 31 December 2000).
  • From 1 January 2001 all categories of business underwritten through Nameco (Number 532) Limited.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I employ for part time a research assistant, the majority of whose salary is paid by the All-Party Group for Alternative and Complementary Medicine.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • November 2000, I participated as a guest, at the invitation of the organisers, in a personal leadership programme in my constituency, the "Penny Ferguson Programme for Life: Communication, Motivation and Creating a Leadership Environment". (Registered 11 January 2001)

Michael Trend - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Governor of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (unremunerated).

David Trimble - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.
  • Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly and First Minister of the Northern Ireland Executive.

6. Overseas visits

  • 18-19 February 2000, to USA, to give lectures at St. Olaf College, Minnesota. Flights, accommodation and fee paid by the College. (Registered 23 January 2001)

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

  • Gift of a sculpture from St. Olaf College, Minnesota, USA. (Registered 23 January 2001)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Ulster Society (Publications) Limited.

Desmond Turner - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 19-26 July 2000, to Peru on a fact-finding mission on behalf of the Peru Support Group, funded by Christian Aid, CAFOD and War on Want. (Registered 18 September 2000)

George Turner - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-17 October 2000, to Denmark with the Associate Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (PRASEG) to witness the Danish Wind Farm Sector and meet with senior members of the Danish Government Energy Agency and the Danish Wind Industry. Flight and accommodation paid for by National Wind Power UK. (Registered 27 November 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of Kings Lynn Arts Festival.

Dennis Turner - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Springvale Co-operative Ltd.; sports and social club (no remuneration).
  • Director of Springvale Enterprises Ltd.; sports, leisure and educational activities (no remuneration).

Derek Twigg - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 22-25 January 2001, to the Federal Republic of Germany. Travel and accommodation costs were met by the German Government. (Registered 28 February 2001)

Stephen Twigg - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for journalism, most of which are donated to local charities.

6. Overseas visits

  • 29 March 2000, to Poland, for one day visit to the former Concentration Camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau, organised and paid for by the Holocaust Education Trust. (Registered 5 April 2000)
  • 7-9 October 2000, to Cyprus to attend the Morphou Rally, sponsored by the Federation of Greek Cypriots in the UK. (Registered 25 October 2000)

Paul Tyler - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting and journalism.
  • Very occasional fees for participation in opinion polls sent direct to Liberal Democrat Constituency Party.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • From January 1999, regular cuttings service on issues related to responsibilities as Parliamentary Spokesman provided by Harcourt Public Affairs Ltd.
  • March 2001, part sponsorship of Health Survey of constituents, to the value of £2,500, by Nuffield Hospital, Plymouth. (Registered 12 March 2001)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Gainpick Ltd. T/A Oughs - The Unicorn Grocer.

Bill Tynan - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-12 September 2000, to Gibraltar to attend National Day celebrations. Travel and accommodation paid for by the Gibraltar Government. (Registered 3 November 2000)
  • 2-5 December 2000, to Cyprus to attend the annual Ayios Amvrosios Rally in Nicosia. Travel and accommodation paid for by the Ayios Amvrosios Association (UK). (Registered 8 January 2001)

Andrew Tyrie - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism and lecturing.
  • Fee for an article in the Financial Times on 10 April 2000.
  • Fee for an article in The Independent, January 2001.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Honorary membership of Chichester Yacht Club.
  • Honorary membership of the Goodwood Park and Country Club. (Registered 6 February 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-17 May 2000, to Berlin, to attend a seminar on economic policy organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the CDU. Airfare and accommodation provided by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. (Registered 27 June 2000)
  • 23-25 June 2000, to Cadenabbia, Italy, to attend a British-German Workshop Seminar. Airfare and accommodation provided by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. (Registered 27 June 2000)
  • 15-17 September 2000, to Pontignano, Italy, to attend an Anglo-Italian Conference on Redefining Boundaries. Accommodation and airfare provided by the Pontignano Secretariat. (Registered 5 October 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Falconland Limited; property investment company.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • I am a possible beneficiary of a family trust.

Keith Vaz - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Barrister (no remuneration received).

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Complimentary tickets from Leicester City Football Club to attend the Worthington Cup Finals of 1999 and 2000 for my wife and myself. (Registered 6 March 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • I own a property at 144 Uppingham Road, Leicester, which is used as my constituency office.

Peter Viggers - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Emerald Energy PLC.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Underwriting Member of Lloyd's.
  • Categories of business underwritten: All.
  • Chairman of the Trustees of Lloyd's Pension Fund.
  • Occasional journalism, speeches and interviews.
  • Member of Harris Research Centre Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Fee from Arizona State University Business School for presentation to their MBA students.

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-13 April 2000, to Brazil to visit BG Brasil and other institutions within Brazil, organised through the British-Brazilian All-Party Group by BG Group. (Registered 27 April 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director of Warrior Preservation Trust.
  • Member of Committee of Management of Royal National Lifeboat Institute.

Rudi Vis - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Japan Centre Group of Companies (non-executive).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for television etc., paid directly to charity.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 20 December 2000, I received a Christmas hamper from the Japan Centre Group. (Registered 21 December 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 7-9 October 2000, to Cyprus to attend the annual rally at the 'Green Line' near Morphou, supported by the Morphou Municipality (in Exile). (Registered 13 October 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Trustee, Youth Sport and Leisure Foundation Limited.
  • Trustee, College Farm Trust.

Jim Wallace - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member, Faculty of Advocates (ceased practice on election in 1983).
  • Occasional broadcasting.
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.
  • Minister in the Scottish Executive.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • My constituency secretary is partly funded by the Scottish Parliament and my Parliamentary Assistant in the Scottish Parliament is funded by the Scottish Parliament.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 3 March 2000, my daughter and I attended the Brit Awards as guests of the British Phonographic Industries. (Registered 21 March 2000)

Joan Walley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees are donated to charity.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Loan of a fax machine from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, commencing August 1999.
  • I am participating as an employer in the Department of Employment's New Deal Programme and I accepted a New Deal placement on 21 February 2000. The trainee is in direct receipt of training subsidy from the DoE and a New Deal payment to employers is paid in full towards the trainee's earnings.

6. Overseas visits

  • 8 March 2000, to Duisburg, Germany, to be briefed on urban regeneration policies; visit organised by English Heritage who paid for my air fare to Dusseldorf. (Registered 13 March 2000)

Robert Walter - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Sheep farming business in Devon.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional opinion survey fees paid direct to charity.

8. Land and Property

  • Sheep farm in Devon.

Claire Ward - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees from public speaking, writing articles and other media work.
  • Occasional participation in surveys and opinion poll research. Any monies received are passed to local charities and voluntary organisations.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • 1999 children's Christmas card: donations towards printing costs received from:
  • Silverlink Train Company - £200
  • G Tech - £250
  • Training Publications Ltd - £100
  • (Any excess funds were donated to the Watford CT Scanner Appeal.)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 31 December 1999, I received four tickets from the New Millennium Experience Company for the opening ceremony at the Millennium Dome. (Registered 17 February 2000)
  • 3 March 2000, one ticket for the Brit Awards courtesy of British Music Rights. (Registered 21 March 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Non-remunerated director of Tribune Publications Ltd.

Charles Wardle - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Director (non-executive), Harrods Ltd. (This employment will not involve the provision of any services in my capacity as a Member of Parliament. I have voluntarily deposited an employment agreement in the interests of transparency.) In addition to retailing, business development in oil, gas, mining, e-commerce and satellite mapping.
  • Punch Ltd. (part of Harrods group); publishers of Punch magazine.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Consultant to the St. Vincent Trust Service, providing advice on parliamentary and other matters in connection with the development of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. (£10,001-£15,000)
  • Occasional fees for articles, broadcasts and speaking engagements.

6. Overseas visits

  • 14-16 December 2000, to Rome accompanied by my wife, to stay in the residence of the Taiwanese Ambassador to the Vatican. We were the guests of the Ambassador and his wife at a Christmas concert in the Vatican. We paid our own travelling expenses. (Registered 28 November 2000)

Robert Wareing - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 17-24 September 2000, to Vietnam on an Inter-Parliamentary Union visit, to make contact with Vietnam's National Assembly, who provided hotel and hospitality costs. (Registered 16 October 2000)
  • 9-13 October 2000, to Russia, to visit Moscow and Neftyugansk, Siberia, to witness oil production developments in Russia and to meet Members of the Duma. Flights, hotels and hospitality provided by Yukos Oil Company. (Registered 16 October 2000)

Nigel Waterson - Register history | MP’s page

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Free membership of the Health Club at County Hall. (Registered 20 December 2000)
  • Honorary membership of the Baltic Exchange. (Registered 20 December 2000)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Partner in firm of Solicitors, Messrs. Jackson Parton, London.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fee paid direct to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Dave Watts - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I receive administrative support from the Coalfields Community Campaign in my role as the Chairman of the Alliance for Regional Aid group of MPs.

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-9 November 2000, study tour to the Falklands, at the invitation and expense of the Falklands Government. (Registered 15 November 2000)

Steve Webb - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism.

Andrew Welsh - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism and lecturing.
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament.

Brian White - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for opinion polls which are donated to local charities.

6. Overseas visits

  • 21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Air fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 15 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unpaid) of Milton Keynes Energy Association.
  • Member of Data Protection Commissioner's Advisory Committee - no remuneration.
  • Member of EURIM Council - non profit-making company interested in information technology issues and providing briefings for MPs.

Alan Whitehead - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision of website support by Total Connectivity Providers, Southampton.

6. Overseas visits

  • 12-17 July 2000, to Qingdao, China, as joint leader of Trade Mission to China from Southampton (sister city to Qingdao). Costs met by Chamber of Commerce, Southampton. (Registered 15 August 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Holiday home in Vendée, France.
  • Part owner with brother of flat in Southampton.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Abbotts House Residents Ltd.; management company for flats freehold (held jointly with brother).

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Unremunerated director of Southampton City Radio Ltd.
  • Unremunerated director of Mayflower Theatre Trust Ltd. (Registered Charity).
  • Unremunerated director of Southampton Environment Centre Ltd. (Registered Charity).

Ray Whitney - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 15-17 March 2000, British-Netherlands All-Party Parliamentary Group visit to the Netherlands Second Chamber at the Hague. Travel paid by Group from funds donated by declared sponsors, namely Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever and Reid Elsevier. All other expenses met by the Second Chamber. (Registered 6 April 2000)
  • 7-9 June 2000, British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting with Spanish counterparts in Edinburgh. Travel paid for by British Airways and other expenses met from Group funds provided by our declared sponsors, British Gas plc and the Norwich Union plc. Travel within Edinburgh and other hospitality was provided and paid for by the Scottish Executive. (Registered 28 June 2000)
  • 31 January-2 February 2001, to Seville, Spain, to attend meeting of the All-Party British-Spanish Parliamentary Group with Spanish colleagues from the Congress of Deputies. Travel was paid out of Group funds provided by our declared sponsors, British Gas plc and Norwich Union plc. All other expenses were met by our hosts, the Spanish Congress of Deputies. (Registered 12 February 2001)

John Whittingdale - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Panel of BPRI (Business Research and Planning International). (£1-£1,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 13 October 2000, I participated in Lords and Commons clay pigeon shoot at Highclere Castle, sponsored by Imperial Tobacco. (Registered 11 January 2001)
  • 26 February 2001, my wife and I were guests of the British Phonographic Industry Limited at the Brit Awards at Earls Court. (Registered 28 February 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 16-22 September 2000, to the Republic of Korea. Air travel and hotel costs were met by the Korean Government. (Registered 28 September 2000)

Malcolm Wicks - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional writing.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 9 December 1999, two tickets for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden's production of Verdi's Falstaff, as guests of Prudential plc. (Registered 3 April 2000)
  • 3 March 2000, two tickets for the Brit Awards ceremony, as guests of the British Phonographic Industry Ltd. (Registered 3 April 2000)

Ann Widdecombe - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional income from broadcasting/writing/lecturing.
  • Member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for the Study of Society and Politics at Kingston University. This post is unpaid but any associated lecturing would be paid.
  • Contract with Weidenfeld and Nicolson (£100,000) for publication of a novel.
  • I received a cheque for £1000 from Chester Business Club for a speaking engagement on 28 February 2000. The cheque was made out to ZOCS, the Zambian charity I support, and was deposited with them.
  • Fee for article in The Mail on Sunday on 16 March 2000.
  • Fee from The Universe for four articles. (£1-£1,000)
  • I received a cheque for £500 from the Major Projects Association for a speaking engagement. The cheque was made out to ZOCS, the Zambian charity I support and was duly deposited with them.
  • Fee of £500 received for my appearance on "The Clive Anderson Show" on 19 February 2001. (Registered 8 March 2001)
  • Fee for article in The Guardian on 14 March 2001.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • 8 March 2001, I received a computer donated by Eddy Shah for the use of staff assisting me in my role as Shadow Home Secretary. (Registered 22 March 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Prison Fellowship Honorary Parliamentary Adviser.

Dafydd Wigley - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional television and radio items and press articles.
  • Elected member of the National Assembly for Wales.
  • Leader, Plaid Cymru, the second largest party in the National Assembly for Wales, (not drawing salary).
  • Weekly column in the News of the World. (£15,001-£20,000)

8. Land and Property

  • Six acres of land adjacent to home at Bontnewydd, Caernarfon.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Non-executive director of Gwernafalau Cyf. (unpaid).

John Wilkinson - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism, radio and T.V.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Very occasional MORI polls.
  • Occasional opinion polls for Business Planning and Research International.

6. Overseas visits

  • 29-30 March 2000, to Brussels to chair Parliamentary Seminar on Tibet at the European Parliament. One return economy class air fare London-Brussels and one night's accommodation paid for by All Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet, of which I am a vice-chairman. (Registered 1 June 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Commonwealth War Graves Commissioner (unpaid).
  • President, London Green Belt Council (no financial interest).

David Willetts - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Author.
  • Senior Adviser to Monitor Company, Management Consultants. (£20,001-£25,000)
  • Economic Adviser to Dresdner Kleinwort Benson, Merchant Bank.
  • 29 March 2001, fee of £2000 for speech at Mercury Private Equity. (Registered 11 May 2001)

6. Overseas visits

  • 24-30 April 2000, lecture tour of United States as guest of the Edmund Burke Society of America, who paid a fee. Travel costs paid by University of South Carolina, where I delivered two of the lectures. (Registered 29 June 2000)
  • 22-24 January 2001, to Zurich to attend CSIS conference on global ageing. Travel and accommodation costs paid for by CSIS. (Registered 12 February 2001)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Two shares in Sensor-Tec Limited; a company developing biosensors.

Alan Williams - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting and lecturing fees and fees for articles.
  • Lecturer at the Civil Service College. (£1-£1,000)
  • I have a consultancy arrangement with The Mail on Sunday, to advise them in connection with the publication of a special supplement this will also involve the writing of an article for the newspaper. (£1,001-£5,000)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • 19 April 2000, I attended for one morning the British Russia Chamber of Commerce conference entitled "Russia 2000: A New Reality" at the QE II Conference Centre, at the invitation of the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce. (Registered 19 April 2000)

Betty Williams - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). The fees are paid to recipients of my choice and are intended to be used for a charitable purpose.

Phil Willis - Register history | MP’s page

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Chairman, Harrogate International Centre Board (unremunerated).

Michael Wills - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Payment received from BBC/Cinema Verity for my television rights in "The Cazalet Chronicle".

8. Land and Property

  • Commercial premises in NW London.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • My wife and I are beneficiaries of a family trust.

David Wilshire - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Partner, MRS (Moorlands Research Service).
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of Business Planning and Research International (BPRI). (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional earnings from media appearances and articles.

David Winnick - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Very occasional fees received for press articles, broadcasting interviews, etc.
  • April 2000, fee for a talk given to BBC employees.
  • Fee from BBC for a talk which I gave on 16 March 2001. (Registered 2 April 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Member of GMB Union, who made a contribution of less than 25% to my election expenses at the 1997 General Election.

Rosie Winterton - Register history | MP’s page

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Loan from the Lighting Industry Federation of computer equipment for office use.
  • My research assistant draws part of his salary from the Lighting Industry Federation.

Nicholas Winterton - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • MSB Ltd. (marketing consultancy and the provision of strategic advice and training) (non-executive).
  • Emerson International Inc. (overseas commercial development) (non-executive).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000).
  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). Fees from both panels are sent to voluntary or charitable organisations nominated by me.
  • Fees from occasional broadcasting, writing and speaking engagements.

6. Overseas visits

  • 19-24 May 2000, to Taiwan to attend the inauguration of the new President and Vice President in my capacity as Joint Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary British-Taiwan Group, paid for by the Government of Taiwan. (Registered 13 December 2000)
  • 1-4 February 2001, to Vienna, as Chairman of the British-Austria All-Party Parliamentary Group. The hospitality in Vienna was provided by the Austrian Parliament and the flights were paid for by the UK Foreign Office. (Registered 5 February 2001).

Ann Winterton - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). All fees received are paid to a charity of my choice.

6. Overseas visits

  • 18-24 May 2000, to Taipei, to attend the inauguration of the new President and Vice-President at the invitation and expense of the Government of the Republic of China on Taiwan. (Registered 25 May 2000)
  • 1-4 February 2001, to Vienna, as part of a delegation organised by the British-Austria All-Party Parliamentary Group. Hospitality in Vienna was provided by the Austrian Parliament and flights paid for by the UK Foreign Office. (Registered 5 February 2001)

Mike Wood - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
  • Occasional payments from opinion poll surveys.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Sponsorship of my 2000 Annual Report, Christmas and EID Cards received from:
  • Kozee Sleep Bedding Company
  • Al Murad DIY
  • Controlled Demolition

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • Donation of a computer and printer to my Constituency Labour Party by UNISON. The equipment is situated in my office. (Registered 24 November 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Terraced property in Greater Manchester, let pending sale.

Shaun Woodward - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional media appearances.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Funding for a research assistant in my House of Commons office provided by Mr. E.W. Davidson, Chairman of property development company.

6. Overseas visits

  • 7-30 May 2000, to Washington, Mississippi, Texas, California, funded by the International Visitors Programme, American Embassy. (Registered 31 January 2001)

8. Land and Property

  • Estate in Oxfordshire containing agricultural land and rented accommodation.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (b) My wife and I hold shares in J. Sainsbury PLC.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director, English National Opera and Chairman of their Redevelopment Committee (unpaid).
  • Director, Childline (unpaid).
  • Trustee, Woodward Charitable Trust.
  • Director, Marine Stewardship Council.
  • Trustee, Royal Shakespeare Company Development Board.
  • Trustee, The Victoria History of Oxfordshire Trust.
  • Trustee, The Institute of Continuing Professional Development.
  • Trustee, The Mulberry Bush.
  • Patron, Bath International Music Festival.
  • Patron, Macmillan Cancer Relief - Oxfordshire.
  • Patron, Cancer Research Campaign - Oxfordshire.
  • Patron, Sobell House, Oxfordshire.

Phil Woolas - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). The money is paid directly to my Constituency Labour Party.

Tony Wright - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Writing and broadcasting.
  • Joint Editor of Political Quarterly (honorarium only).
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fee paid direct to my constituency party.

6. Overseas visits

  • 25-28 March 2000, to New York, USA, to attend conference at Hofstra University. Flights and accommodation costs met by the University. (Registered 20 July 2000)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated) of the Political Quarterly Publishing Company.

Anthony D Wright - Register history | MP’s page

6. Overseas visits

  • 9-13 April 2000, to Brazil with the British-Brazilian All-Party Group, travel and accommodation paid for by BG International. (Registered 11 May 2000)
  • 9-12 September 2000, to Gibraltar, travel and accommodation paid for by the Gibraltar Government. (Registered 19 September 2000)

Derek Wyatt - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Non-executive Chairman of Einstein plc (a science and technology portal with television and internet interests). (I am standing down from this position for the duration of the General Election.)
  • Non-executive director, Globenet (a telco provider); no fees were paid (resigned 6.9.00).
  • Non-executive Chairman of Spafax (media company serving the airline industry).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Joint partner with wife in Mount Pleasant Partners, a partnership specialising in software i.e. TV production and consultancy.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • From time to time software and hardware companies lend me equipment to try out. These companies have included Apple, Nokia, Olympus, Intel, SoBu and Motorola.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

  • August 2000, my family were guests at the AAA Olympic Trials at Birmingham for two days. We paid for our own travel and accommodation but received four free tickets per day from the Amateur Athletic Association. (Registered 19 September 2000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 10-16 September 2000, to USA for IT visit, part sponsored by Pacific Communications. (Registered 19 September 2000)

8. Land and Property

  • Rent received from lease of London flat during Parliamentary summer recess, 2000.

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Fair Play Productions Ltd.
  • (a) Fair Play Television Ltd.
  • (a) I expect to receive share options in netcatalyst.com

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unremunerated), Fair Play Television Ltd., Fair Play Productions Ltd. and World Internet Forum Ltd. (I resigned from the last of these on 30 April 2000)
  • Member of advisory board of:
  • netcatalyst.com; an on-line incubator service for start-ups.
  • Trustee (unremunerated), PIN (Parents Information Network)
  • Executive Committee Member (unremunerated), Sporting Chance.
  • Member of Development Council (unremunerated), St. Catherine's College,Oxford.
  • Member of Chancellor's Advisory Council of University of Exeter (unremunerated).

Tim Yeo - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • Univent Ltd; a company which operates private nursing homes.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Freelance journalism for Country Life and other publications.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)

6. Overseas visits

  • 6-10 September 2000, to Sardinia as the guest of the Forte Hotel and Village Resort. (Registered 12 October 2000)
  • 6-11 November 2000, to California as the guest of the Fay Improvement Company. (Registered 19 December 2000)

9. Registrable shareholdings

  • (a) Anacol Holdings Ltd.; a family investment company.
  • (a) General Securities Register Ltd.; recognised marking name.
  • (a) Univent Ltd.

George Young - Register history | MP’s page

1. Remunerated directorships

  • McCarthy and Stone PLC (non-executive); builders of retirement homes.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional broadcasting, lecturing and writing.

Lembit Ípik - Register history | MP’s page

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional journalism.
  • Member of Harris Research Panel. (£1-£1,000)