Maria Miller apologises to MPs after expenses inquiry
Culture Secretary Maria Miller has apologised to MPs after a parliamentary watchdog found she broke the ministerial code for failing to co-operate fully with an inquiry into her expenses.
The Standards Committee also ordered her to repay £5,800 which she had over-claimed for her mortgage. But it cleared her of using public money to provide for her parents who lived with her.
James Landale reports.
03 Apr 2014
- From the section UK Politics