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Matters under inquiry by the Commissioners

Those who are currently the subject of an inquiry by a Commissioner are listed below, in chronological order according to when the inquiry began, together with a brief description of the nature of the allegation.

Baroness Mone – Alleged involvement in procuring contracts for PPE Medpro leading to potential breaches of the following paragraphs of the House of Lords Code of Conduct: 9 (a), (b), (c), (d); 12 (a), (b); 16. 

In accordance with paragraph 144 of the Guide to the Code of Conduct, the Commissioner is unable to finalise or publish any report into the conduct of Baroness Mone while the matter is under investigation by the police or another agency as part of a criminal investigation. Once any criminal process is complete or has ceased, the Commissioner will complete his investigation and publish his report.

Earl of Shrewsbury – Alleged involvement in seeking to confer an exclusive benefit on SpectrumX leading to potential breaches of the following paragraphs of the House of Lords Code of Conduct: 9 (c), (d); 12 (b); 16 (a), (b).

Baroness Goudie – Alleged failure to register interests regarding, and involvement in seeking to confer an exclusive benefit on, ecoLegacy leading to potential breaches of the following paragraphs of the House of Lords Code of Conduct: 9 (a), (b), (c), (d); 12 (a), (b), (c); 16.

Lord Botham - Alleged failure to register interests leading to the potential breach of the following paragraph of the House of Lords Code of Conduct: 12 (a).

Lord Patel of Bradford - Alleged failure to register interests leading to the potential breach of the House of Lords Code of Conduct: 12(a).

Last updated: 1 December 2022

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Rules of conduct in the House of Lords

Read the rules of conduct for members of the House of Lords as set out in the Code of Conduct and the Guide to the Code of Conduct. The rules for members’ staff are set out in the Code of Conduct for House of Lords Members’ Staff.

House of Lords Code of Conduct