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The main purpose of the Register is to provide information about any financial interest which a Member has, or any benefit which he or she receives, which others might reasonably consider to influence his or her actions or words as a Member of Parliament.
Members must register any change to their registrable interests within 28 days. The rules are set out in detail in the Guide to the Rules relating to the Conduct of Members, as approved by the House on 17 March 2015. Interests which arose before 7 May 2015 are registered in accordance with earlier rules.
The Register is maintained by the Parliamentary for Commissioner for Standards. It is updated fortnightly online when the House is sitting, and less frequently at other times. Interests remain on the Register for twelve months after they have expired.
After the General Election on 8 June 2017 Members will have one month in which to make their first registration of the 2017 Parliament. The new Register will be published as soon as possible thereafter.
Page last updated: 3 May 2017