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Martin Bell

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

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14 May 2002 - View full entry

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)
 

14 May 2001 - View full entry

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

 
  • 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

  • 22-27 March 1999, to Australia, to attend the Annual Awards Ceremony of the Melbourne Press Club, who paid for Club Class Qantas flights and two days' hotel accommodation. (Registered 27 March 1999)
  • 5-8 September 1999, to Kosovo, as a guest of the United Kingdom Working Group on Landmines and other organisations including the Halo Trust and the Mines Advisory Group. I was provided with return flights to Pristina and three days' hotel accommodation in Pristina. (Registered 21 September 1999)
 

10 November 2000 (first entry we have)

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.

6. Overseas visits

  • 22-27 March 1999, to Australia, to attend the Annual Awards Ceremony of the Melbourne Press Club, who paid for Club Class Qantas flights and two days' hotel accommodation. (Registered 27 March 1999)
  • 5-8 September 1999, to Kosovo, as a guest of the United Kingdom Working Group on Landmines and other organisations including the Halo Trust and the Mines Advisory Group. I was provided with return flights to Pristina and three days' hotel accommodation in Pristina. (Registered 21 September 1999)
  • 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)