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Maria Miller row: Shapps says matter seems resolved

5 April 2014 Last updated at 16:48 BST

Labour has increased the pressure on the Culture Secretary Maria Miller over her conduct during an investigation into her expenses.

The party says newly released details of contacts with the commissioner looking into the case show that Mrs Miller tried to bully and intimidate her.

Downing Street has already denied that it threatened anyone over the case.

The Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps says Mrs Miller has apologised and people should move on.

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