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  • Sunday, December 26, 2004

    Blair fails to disclose holiday

    It seems Blair has fallen foul of procudures once again. Apparently, the poodle has failed to declare that he went on a family holiday to a chateau belonging to a wealthy businessman with close ties to the tobacco industry.

    Sir Philip Mawer, the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner, has asked the Prime Minister why he failed to record a family holiday in the chateau of the billionaire businessman Alain Dominique Perrin in the Commons' register of interests. The questions follow complaints from Tories because of M. Perrin's former role as chief senior executive in the French luxury goods firm Richemont, which owns brands such as Cartier and Dunhill, and also has a £3bn stake in British American Tobacco.
    All MPs interests are supposed to be declared.

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