Three British Lords were accused of corruption


In the UK, the three members of the upper house of parliament — the House of Lords — the opposition accused that they were taking money for their parliamentary work.

Journalists Sunday Times introduced three deputies and employees of lobbying companies were asked to assist them in promoting Korean manufacturer of solar panels.

According to the newspaper, talking about Lord John Laird of the Ulster Unionist Party, and the Labour Party Lord Brian Mackenzie and John Cunningham.

Talk to each of Lords journalists recorded with a hidden camera. In this paper argues that Lord Cunningham suggested "put in a word" about the company before Cameron, in writing, transfers "Russian service of the BBC".

All three Lord deny any wrongdoing. Lord Laird was forced to because of charges to resign. Membership in the two Labour Party before the end of the investigation suspended

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