Urgent Question on allegations of money laundering against British banks
21 March 2017 (updated on 21 March 2017)
Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, asked an Urgent Question on the allegations of money laundering against British banks on Tuesday 21 March in the House of Commons.
Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Simon Kirby, responded on behalf of the Government.
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About Urgent Questions
At times MPs may want to put an urgent question to a Minister. If a matter of public importance has arisen, which an MP believes requires an immediate answer from a government minister, they may apply to the Speaker to put forward such a question.
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If the Speaker agrees, the question will be asked after that day’s Question Time.
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