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D'Ancona: 'Laws should resign today'


The Chief Secretary to the Treasury David Laws has apologised and referred himself to the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner after claiming thousands of pounds in MPs' expenses to rent rooms in homes owned by his male partner.

Sunday Telegraph columnist Matthew D'Ancona comments on the political implications of the revelations.

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