Jeremy Hunt Under Fire Again for Alleged Second Rule Violation with Westminster Tours
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Jeremy Hunt Under Fire Again for Alleged Second Rule Violation with Westminster Tours

23 April 2024
2 min.
Jeremy Hunt Under Fire Again for Alleged Second Rule Violation with Westminster Tours

Westminster Tours Scandal

In British politics, Jeremy Hunt faces renewed scrutiny over his promotion of Westminster tours. Accused of breaching Parliamentary rules for the second time in less than two months, Hunt's team allegedly advertised weekly tours for £22 each, failing to clarify that this fee covered associated costs rather than access fees, as required by regulations.

Description of the Tours

These tours, facilitated by Hunt's Godalming and Ash Conservatives association, are advertised on a ticketing website without clear delineation of what the £22 fee encompasses. It remains unclear whether these tours are exclusive to Hunt's constituents or open to the general public, and the frequency of such tours is not specified.

Previous Incidents and Responses

Hunt proactively referred himself to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards following reports of his role in facilitating access to the House of Commons for school fundraising back in February. The recent allegations underscore a pattern of similar concerns, raising doubts about the adequacy of previous responses and measures aimed at resolving these issues.

Quotes and Reactions

A source close to Hunt defends the practices, asserting that the website in question was used solely for processing payments and that constituents were informed of the nature of the charges through accompanying communication. However, a senior Labour Party source urges Hunt to exercise caution in light of previous breaches.


As Hunt faces renewed scrutiny over his handling of Westminster tours, the decision not to investigate one of the previous incidents raises questions about the consistency of enforcement regarding Parliamentary rules. The implications of these accusations and responses on Hunt's political future remain to be seen, as stakeholders await further developments in this ongoing saga.

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