Include information on all MPs' additional incomes in Parliamentary broadcasts.

Amend the Parliamentary Television Rules of Coverage to make the Host Broadcaster responsible for an on-screen caption relating to the Member who has the floor, identifying them and their accumulated total of financial interests as recorded in Register of Members' Financial Interests at that time.

2,312 Signatures

Status
Open
Opened
Thursday 1st July 2021
Last 24 hours signatures
8
Signature Deadline
Saturday 1st January 2022
Estimated Final Signatures: 2,918

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It is evident that many MP's have other incomes which could influence their decision making throughout their parliamentary career. The extent of this is not readily accessible to the public. With the aim of further informing viewers about this, during parliamentary debates, it would be helpful if additional information was displayed via Parliamentary TV. This would make information recorded in Register of Members' Financial Interests much more accessible to the public.


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