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MALINS - MURPHY

MALINS, Humfrey (Woking)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Recorder of the Crown Court.
Consultant to Tuck & Mann, Solicitors, Leatherhead, Surrey.
Acting Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate.
Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
Lay member of General Medical Council, for which a daily attendance allowance is paid.
6.Overseas visits
4-9 September 2000, to Pakistan with a delegation of Conservative MPs and Prospective Parliamentary Candidates, to learn about political developments in Pakistan. Flights and accommodation were paid for by Mr Mohammad Saff, Group Sales and Marketing Director of Callmate Telecom, who is a supporter of the Conservative Party. Internal transport within Islamabad and Azad Kashmir was provided by the Government of Azad Kashmir. (Registered 10 September 2000)
8.Land and Property
I own a flat in London and my wife owns a flat in Dorking, both of which are occasionally let.
 
MALLABER, Judy (Amber Valley)
Nil.
 
MALLON, Seamus (Newry and Armagh)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Deputy First Minister of the Northern Ireland Assembly.
 
MANDELSON, Rt. Hon. Peter (Hartlepool)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Fees and honoraria from occasional speeches, lectures and talks and articles, including to voluntary organisations, trade unions and business audiences between January and September 1999 including AEEU (travel only), TT International, TBWA, Ernst and Young, World Trade Conferences.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
Loan of iMac computer by Matthew Freud. (Registered 2 July 1999)
31 December 1999, six tickets for the Millennium Dome opening ceremony supplied by the New Millennium Experience Company. (Registered 17 February 2000)
6.Overseas visits
14-16 January 1999, to Paris for annual British-French colloque. Accommodation and transport paid for by BP. (Registered 2 March 1999)
29-31 January 1999, to Cologne, flight sponsored by the Foreign Policy Centre-New Policy Network. (Registered 2 March 1999)
7-15 February 1999, to Johannesburg and Cape Town. Flights paid for by Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union. (Registered 2 March 1999)
26-27 February 1999, to Milan to speak at a conference on Dilemmas of Globalisation, organised by the Institute for Public Policy Research. Flight and accommodation paid for by IPPR. (Registered 2 March 1999)
8 March 1999, to Madrid to speak at The Economist, Agenda 2000 Conference. Travel expenses and fee paid for by The Economist. (Registered 22 March 1999)
18-20 April 1999, to Washington, to speak at The Hudson Institute International Regulatory Forum. Travel and expenses and accommodation paid for by the Hudson Institute. (Registered 21 April 1999)
April 1999, to Corfu and Albania, to visit the Butrint Foundation. Travel and accommodation provided by Lord Rothschild. (Registered 2 July 1999)
23-24 May 1999, to Madrid, to speak at "The Mexico and Europe, economic and political scenario Conference". Travel expenses, accommodation and fee paid for by the Euroamerica Foundation. (Registered 26 May 1999)
28-31 May 1999, to Georgia, USA, for The Howard Gilman Symposium. Travel expenses and accommodation paid for by The Progressive Foundation and Firstmark Communications (US). (Registered 16 June 1999)
June 1999, to Portugal, to attend Bilderberg Conference. Travel and accommodation paid by organisers. (Registered 2 July 1999)
20 June 1999, to Marbella, to speak at a Conference for Warburg Dillon Read. Travel expenses, accommodation and fee paid for by Warburg Dillon Read. (Registered 1 October 1999)
18-26 August 1999, to Aspen, Colorado, to attend Aspen Institute Summer Workshops. Travel expenses and accommodation paid for by the Aspen Institute. (Registered 1 October 1999)
13-15 September 1999, to Frankfurt, on behalf of the German British Forum. Travel expenses and accommodation paid for by the Forum. (Registered 1 October 1999)
5-7 August 2000, to Antigua, accommodation provided by the Government of Antigua. (Registered 18 September 2000)
 
 
MAPLES, John (Stratford on Avon)
1.Remunerated directorships
Agatha Christie Limited (non-executive); ownership of literary copyrights.
Value Retail PLC (non-executive); shopping centre developer in the UK and Europe.
Chairman and non-executive director of Advanced Visual Technology Ltd; company supplying software to retailers.
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
April 2000, fee from ITN as guest presenter on Powerhouse Programme on Channel 4.
Occasional payments from broadcasting and journalism.
9.Registrable shareholdings
(a)S.E.P. Industrial Holdings PLC; industrial fastener distributor.
 
Option to purchase up to 3% of shares of Advanced Visual Technology Ltd; suppliers of software to retailers.
 
MAREK, Dr. John (Wrexham)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Member of the National Assembly for Wales.
6.Overseas visits
11-12 February 1999, to Turin and Milan as part of a West Coast Main Line All Party Group delegation to receive briefing on high speed train technology and to travel on the 'pendolino', as a guest of Fiat UK Ltd. (Registered 12 February 1999)
7-9 December 1999, to Paris at the invitation of the Assemblée Nationale, which paid for accommodation and food. (Registered 15 December 1999)
26 March-1 April 2000, to Namibia as member of resource team for the Induction Programme for Members of the Third National Assembly of the Republic of Namibia, at the invitation of the National Assembly. (Registered 4 April 2000)
 
 
MARSDEN, Gordon (Blackpool South)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Member of the Board of the Institute of Historical Research, London University (unpaid).
Member of the Advisory Council of the Museum of British History (unpaid).
 
MARSDEN, Paul (Shrewsbury and Atcham)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Occasional interviews and/or written surveys for various opinion poll organisations including MORI polls, Harris Research., BPRI, Hill and Knowlton and Opinion Leader.
None of these are regular and all fees are paid direct from each polling organisation to local charities in my constituency.
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
I have received assistance in drafting Ten Minute Rule Bills from the Country Landowners Association and MacMillan Cancer Relief.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
Occasional invitations to home games at Shrewsbury Town Football Club. (Registered 19 July 1999)
My family and I receive invitations to use a caravan owned by Salop Caravans, Shrewsbury. (Registered 24 May 2000)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Vice President of Offa's Dyke Association (honorary and unremunerated).
Vice President of Heart of Wales Line Travellers Association (honorary and unremunerated).
Member of the Agriculture and Rural Economy Committee of the Country Landowners Association (honorary and unremunerated).
Member of Shropshire Chamber of Commerce, Training and Enterprise (honorary and unremunerated).
Patron of the Drapers' Hall Building Preservation Trust (honorary and unremunerated).
Patron of the ReGenerate charity (honorary and unremunerated).
Chairman of Advantage Shrewsbury business forum (unpaid).
Trustee of the Shrewsbury Town FC Supporters Fund (unpaid).
 
 
MARSHALL, David (Glasgow Shettleston)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
Fees from both panels are passed on to other organisations.
I occasionally receive small payments for completing other research surveys. These payments are then passed on to other organisations.
6.Overseas visits
24-28 May 1999, to Denver, USA, sponsored by British Airways. (Registered 6 June 1999)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Director, East End Partnership Ltd. (unpaid). This company is a registered charity and has been set up by Strathclyde Regional Council, Glasgow District Council and Glasgow Development Agency. It is now funded by Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Development Agency. I do not claim expenses of any kind.
Director, East End Ventures Ltd., Glasgow; a subsidiary company of East End Partnership, as above.
Co-opted Director (unpaid) of the Glasgow Alliance. This is a regeneration company funded by the Scottish Office and is a registered charity in Scotland. I do not claim expenses of any kind.
Honorary President of Energy Action Scotland. This is a charity registered in Scotland and I receive no payments or expenses of any kind.
 
MARSHALL, Jim (Leicester South)
Nil.
 
MARSHALL-ANDREWS, Robert (Medway)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Queen's Counsel.
Possible royalties from publishers (novels).
Occasional fees for articles and media appearances.
8.Land and Property
Small woodland in Shoreham, Kent.
 
MARTIN, Michael (Glasgow Springburn)
Nil.
 
MARTLEW, Eric (Carlisle)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000)
Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000)
Fees from both Panels are sent directly to charities of my choice or the Labour Party.
6.Overseas visits
11-12 February 1999, to Turin and Milan as part of a West Coast Main Line All-Party Group delegation to receive briefing on high speed train technology and to travel on the 'pendolino', as a guest of Fiat UK Ltd., in my capacity as joint Chairman of the West Coast Main Line All-Party Group. (Registered 12 February 1999)
23-24 March 2000, to Bruges as part of a West Coast Main Line All Party Group delegation to receive briefing on high speed tilting diesel trains for cross country services, as a guest of Bombadier Ltd and Virgin Trains, in my capacity as joint Chairman of the West Coast Main Line All-Party Group. (Registered 30 March 2000)
 
 
MATES, Michael (East Hampshire)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Parliamentary consultant to AFP (Technology) Limited; a computer software company specialising in management solutions. (£1-£1,000)
Parliamentary consultant to Smartlogik; a computer software company. (£1-£1,000)
Adviser on defence matters (no parliamentary involvement) to ABS Aircraft AG; a Swiss company manufacturing hovercraft.
Member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International). (£1-£1,000). The fees are donated directly to the Wessex Children's Hospice.
Occasional broadcasting, journalism and lecturing.
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Honorary adviser to the Royal British Legion (unremunerated).
 
MAUDE, Rt. Hon. Francis (Horsham)
1.Remunerated directorships
Benfield Greig PLC; reinsurance and financial services, with effect from 1 November 1999.
BusinessesForSale.com plc, with effect from 17 April 2000.
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Occasional advisory work in relation to Morgan Stanley Dean Witter's non UK investment banking business.
Occasional fees for speaking at conferences etc. are applied to defray some of my office costs.
6.Overseas visits
3-6 June 2000, fact finding visit to Zimbabwe; air fares and accommodation paid for by [name withheld and lodged with the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, following a decision of the Standards and Privileges Committee]. (Registered 4 July 2000)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Chairman of Governors, Abingdon School, Oxon. (unremunerated).
 
MAWHINNEY, Rt. Hon. Sir Brian (North West Cambridgeshire)
1.Remunerated directorships
Chairman (non-executive), Andras House Ltd.; property and hotels.
Stiell Ltd. (non-executive); facilities management.
WR² (Indianapolis) USA (non-executive on the main board and on the wholly owned European board); environmentally acceptable biological waste disposal.
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Book contract with Harper Collins.
Honorarium received as guest lecturer at the Belfast Festival in Queen's University on 9 November 1999.
Occasional fees for journalism, speaking and broadcasting.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
Honorary membership of a local golf club in my constituency. (Registered 4 June 1998)
10-11 October 1999, guest of the Professional Golfers' Association at The Belfry, as part of the Parliamentary Golfing Society team. (Registered 12 October 1999)
Occasional guest of the Football Association at Wembley internationals.
Occasional guest of Peterborough United FC at home games.
6.Overseas visits
25-27 April 1999, to Flanders, Belgium, to speak at a two-day conference on Irish reconciliation, expenses paid by the "A Journey of Reconciliation" Trust. (Registered 5 July 1999)
July 1999, to USA, as guest of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Illinois, to give keynote address at their Conference on Bioethics and Human Dignity. (Registered 31 August 1999)
20-23 February 2000, to Larnaca, Cyprus as guest speaker at the World Evangelical Fellowship's International Conference; travel and accommodation provided. (Registered 29 February 2000)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Trustee of Boston University, MA, USA (unpaid).
Adviser to the World Evangelical Fellowship's Religious Liberty Commission on international religious liberty matters (unpaid).
 
MAXTON, John (Glasgow Cathcart)
1.Remunerated directorships
Glasgow International Jazz Festival (unpaid, but free tickets for concerts.)
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
March 1999, I was the guest of Scottish Power at the Scotland/Irish Rugby match at Murrayfield. (Registered 28 April 1999)
7-9 June 2000, British-Spanish All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting with Spanish counterparts in Edinburgh. Travel paid for by British Airways and other expenses met from Group funds provided by our declared sponsors, British Gas plc and the Norwich Union plc. Travel within Edinburgh and other hospitality was provided and paid for by the Scottish Executive. (Registered 26 June 2000)
6.Overseas visits
7-9 July 1999, to Barcelona with the All-Party British-Spanish Parliamentary Group, for working meeting with Spanish counterparts. Fares paid from Group funds supplied by declared sponsors, British Gas PLC and Norwich Union PLC, and expenses in Spain paid for by Spanish Parliament. (Registered 26 August 1999)
23-28 September 2000, to Beijing to deliver a paper on Government and Information Technology. My airfares (Business Class) were paid by Napier University and my accommodation, food etc in Beijing was paid by the Chinese Government. (Registered 6 October 2000)
 
MAY, Theresa (Maidenhead)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Occasional broadcasting fees and conference fees.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
Honorary life membership for self and spouse of Maidenhead Conservative Club.
12 March 1999, my husband and I were guests of Lyondell PLC at a musical soirée and dinner at Kensington Palace, London. (Registered 23 March 1999)
22 March 1999, my husband and I were guests of Nortel Networks at a concert and dinner at the Royal Festival Hall, London. (Registered 23 March 1999)
6 July 2000, my husband and I were guests of the Director of Henley Festival of Music and the Arts at the Festival for dinner and a concert. (Registered 21 August 2000)
15 September 2000, my husband and I were entertained to dinner at the Waterside Inn at Bray by Lyondell PLC, and I was given a gift of a Roux Brothers cookery book. (Registered 12 October 2000)
6.Overseas visits
7-10 September 1999, to France on a fact-finding trip, arranged by the French Embassy and paid for by the French Government. (Registered 14 September 1999)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Shareholdings held by self and spouse in Prudential Corporation PLC, which do not qualify for registration under Category 9.
Member of the Court of the University of Reading (unpaid).
 
MEACHER, Rt. Hon. Michael (Oldham West and Royton)
8.Land and Property
Flats let in London.
 
MEALE, Alan (Mansfield)
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
Mansfield District Council provides me with premises in Mansfield for use as constituency offices for which I pay a nominal rent plus business rates. Staff, furniture, services and other running costs are paid for by me.
6.Overseas visits
10-14 October 1999, to Cyprus, to speak at meetings; travel and accommodation costs met by the Morphou Municipality. (Registered 24 October 1999)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Shareholding in Mansfield Town AFC, non-recoverable (value £125).
One share in Co-operative Society.
Parliamentary spokesperson and consultant (unpaid) to the "Stand By Me Club", an organisation devoted to soul music and to the promotion of the song "Stand By Me", especially the recorded versions made by the artists Ben E. King and/or Kenny Lynch.
 
MERRON, Gillian (Lincoln)
6.Overseas visits
21-26 February 1999, to Israel with the Labour Friends of Israel to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian personnel in the Middle East Peace Process. Flight and accommodation paid for by Labour Friends of Israel. (Registered 12 March 1999)
 
MICHAEL, Alun (Cardiff South and Penarth)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc.
Very occasional journalism.
Member of the National Assembly for Wales and First Secretary.
 
MICHIE, Bill (Sheffield, Heeley)
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
Sheffield City Council provides me with premises in Sheffield for use as a Parliamentary office, for which I pay £1021 per year rent. Staff, furniture, services and running costs (excluding rates and power) are paid for by me.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
28-30 June 1999, my wife and I received hospitality from the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union when we attended their conference in Jersey. (Registered 29 July 1999)
 
MICHIE, Mrs. Ray (Argyll and Bute)
Nil.
 
MILBURN, Alan (Darlington)
Nil.
 
MILLER, Andrew (Ellesmere Port and Neston)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). Fees are paid to local charities and other organisations.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
20 June 1999, training and entry to Lords v Commons Charity Motor Race provided by Vauxhall Motors Ltd. and Jim Russell Racing Drivers School, to raise money for charity. (Registered 26 July 1999)
6.Overseas visits
24 May-1 June 1999, study visit to Japan with the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee with some accommodation and hospitality provided by PITCOM Corporate members ICL/Fujitsu and Toshiba. (Registered 10 June 1999)
21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Aire fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 14 June 2000)
 
MITCHELL, Austin (Great Grimsby)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc.
Associate Editor, House Magazine. (£1,001-£5,000)
Occasional journalism and broadcasting.
Occasional freelance lecturing and speaking.
May 1999-January 2000 I co-hosted thirty-two weekend phone-in shows "Grilled on Both Sides" for Talk Radio.
I write a column for Accountancy Age six times a year. Fee paid to the Association for Accountancy and Business Affairs, a non-profit making charitable foundation of which I am a trustee but receive no formal payment. (£1-£1,000)
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
16-17 March 2000, to Jersey to give evidence to the Review Panel on the Machinery of Government set up by the Jersey States, who paid for my travel and accommodation. (Registered 22 March 2000)
One year's free supply of a Nutri-Geriatric from Wassen International, Leatherhead, Surrey. (Registered 10 May 2000)
6.Overseas visits
11-13 July 2000, to Washington DC, to meet Members of Congress, the National Security Council and the Administration to discuss the proposed US National Missile Defence and CTBT ratification. Flight and hotel costs paid for by the W Alton Jones Foundation of Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. (Registered 14 July 2000)
 
MOFFATT, Laura (Crawley)
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
The salary of a research assistant in my office is met by the European Public Health Foundation (charitable trust).
 
MOONIE, Dr. Lewis (Kirkcaldy)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Parliamentary consultant to the William Hill Organisation Ltd.; racing and gambling. (£5,001-£10,000)
Parliamentary consultant to Scottish Coal; mining. (£5,001-£10,000)
Political adviser to Parkhill Estates Limited; land and mineral development. (£5,001-£10,000)
 
MOORE, Michael (Tweeddale, Ettrick and Lauderdale)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
22 April 2000, after attending a campaign on the theme of zero tolerance of road deaths at the Silverstone Motor Racing Circuit, I attended the British Grand Prix at the invitation of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, who provided me with a ticket, car parking allocation, pass to the VIP enclosure and refreshment. (Registered 19 April 2000)
6.Overseas visits
8-9 February 1999, to Dublin for a series of meetings with Government and other politicians on the subject of the Northern Irish peace process and other matters, funded by the Irish Government. (Registered 20 May 1999)
 
MORAN, Margaret (Luton South)
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
January 2000, £500 received from NTL, a telecoms company, as sponsorship for a poster and cards advertising my cybersurgery.
6.Overseas visits
26-31 March 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority with the Labour Friends of Israel to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East Peace Process. Flight and accommodation paid for by Labour Friends of Israel. (Registered 3 April 2000)
21-29 May 2000, study tour to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee. Aire fares and part hotel costs paid by the Committee. Other accommodation, meals and local travel provided by Nortel Networks, Text 100 and Lucent Technologies. (Registered 9 June 2000)
 
 
MORGAN, Alasdair (Galloway and Upper Nithsdale)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Occasional fees from broadcasting and lecturing.
Member of the Scottish Parliament.
 
MORGAN, Julie (Cardiff North)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Occasional earnings from media work.
 
MORGAN, Rhodri (Cardiff West)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc.
Occasional fees from writing and freelance broadcasting.
Member of the National Assembly for Wales.
Assembly Secretary for Economic Development of the National Assembly for Wales.
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
I received the following contributions to my Welsh Assembly Labour Leader campaign fund:
£2000 from Rightacres Properties Ltd.
£1000 from Geoff Mungham Esq.
6.Overseas visits
8-10 September and 13-14 September 1999, to Brazil, as guest speaker at the "Human Rights and Citizenship - democracy in debate" Seminar. The flights to and from Brazil were partly subsidised by Varig Airlines, and the seminar received some sponsorship from law firms in Brazil with British connections (notably, Pinheiro Neto Advogados, Daniel e Companhia) and Cameron McKenna, London. (Registered 8 October 1999)
 
MORLEY, Elliot (Scunthorpe)
Nil.
 
MORRIS, Estelle (Birmingham, Yardley)
Nil.
 
MORRIS, Rt. Hon. Sir John (Aberavon)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Queen's Counsel.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
4 July 1999, tickets and hospitality at Wimbledon , provided by BP/Amoco. (Registered 7 July 1999)
14 October 2000, hospitality provided by CORUS PLC on visit to Welsh National Opera, Cardiff. (Registered 30 October 2000)
 
MOSS, Malcolm (North East Cambridgeshire)
8.Land and Property
Rental income from cottage in Wisbech, Cambs.
 
MOUNTFORD, Kali (Colne Valley)
Nil.
 
MOWLAM, Rt. Hon. Marjorie (Redcar)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.
Payment for writing foreword to 'The Guardian Year 1999'.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
16 February 1999, I attended the Brit Awards, accompanied by my family, as the guest of the British Phonographic Industry. (Registered 14 April 1999)
Gift of a cartoon original, which appeared in The Daily Telegraph in July 1999, from Nicholas Garland, the artist. (Registered 12 August 1999)
Gift of a cartoon original, which appeared in The Guardian in July 1999, from Steve Bell. (Registered 6 September 1999)
6.Overseas visits
12-14 March 2000, to New York to receive an award at the Irish American magazine Top 100 event, at their invitation. The cost of my air fare and accommodation was met by Irish America magazine. (Registered 29 March 2000)
 
MUDIE, George (Leeds East)
Nil.
 
MULLIN, Chris (Sunderland South)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc.
Journalist and author:
Occasional income from newspaper articles.
Royalties and film rights from four books written between 1982­7.
8.Land and Property
One bedroom flat in Sunderland from which a rental income is received.
 
MURPHY, Denis (Wansbeck)
6.Overseas visits
8-10 April 1999, to Waterford, Ireland, as guest speaker at a conference on leisure and tourism. My travel and hotel costs were paid for by LAMA (Local Authority Members Association). (Registered 2 May 1999)
3-17 September 2000, to China, travel to China paid by myself, all travel and accommodation in China provided by the Chinese Association for International Understanding. (Registered 9 October 2000)
 
MURPHY, Jim (Eastwood)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Occasional contributions to newspapers in Scotland.
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
On 30 October 2000 I received a donation from Mr Dover, a constituent, which will be used in my constituency office for the production of leaflets and newsletters over the next three months.
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
June 1999, my wife and I received two tickets with lunch and refreshments at Wimbledon Tennis, as guests of Barclay's Bank. (Registered 10 January 2000)
June 1999, I attended a football match at Old Trafford as a guest of Lotus Development UK Ltd., who paid for travel, hotel and match tickets. (Registered 10 January 2000)
September 1999, during the visit of the Hungarian Parliamentary Football Team to the UK, I received hospitality sponsored by Powergen Ltd., Provident Finance and West Ham FC. (Registered 18 December 1999)
Hospitality from Phoenix Honda at Celtic Football matches. (Registered 10 January 2000)
6.Overseas visits
10 September 1999, to Portugal with the Parliamentary Football Team, travel costs met by National Express Ltd., cost of football kit met by Spall Sports. (Registered 18 December 1999)
26-31 March 2000, to Israel and the Palestinian Authority with Labour Friends of Israel, to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East peace process. Flight and accommodation were paid for by Labour Friends of Israel. (Registered 2 May 2000)
 
MURPHY, Rt. Hon. Paul (Torfaen)
Nil.



 
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