Calls for government to ‘come clean’ on payout to phillip i nvestment investors was slammed by government ethics watchdog

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Calls for government to ‘come clean’ on payout to phillip i nvestment investors was slammed by government ethics watchdog

Tony Blair has been awarded $6m after admitting he had paid illegal payments to investors.

The ex-prime minister and former prime minister has been given $6m by the Electoral Commission, a parliamentary fund spokesman said.

Mr Blair accepted responsibility for paying more than $3.5m to companies that received payment from the $15.4bn windfall made by the state pension fund.

The money has been released for payment to creditors and he will be ineligible to claim tax deductions예스카지노 for a full 20 years, the spokesman told the Associated Press news agency.

But Mr Blair is set to claim a significant sum of money as the election on 21 September sets the scene for the biggest pay-out ever to a politi예스카지노cal figures.

The commission will accept the £6m award but the remainder will also be made a gift, giving it a cash value of $4.25m, according to the spokesman.

The statement is likely to raise further questions of the integrity of Tony Blair’s record.

A commission spokesman said: “While this payment is being taken into account, some of the information that was available at the time was incorrect.”

The figures from a 2004 inquiry by the Office of Public Accounts that was headed by Sir Tony Baldrick found that Mr Blair and a senior aide had paid about $4.2m to various investment companies between 2004더킹카지노 and 2008 as part of a complex deal.

Sir Tony Baldrick said he would have questioned the payout because it might be improper and because the figures included the payments for a period before Mr Blair’s return to public life had been made public.

But after publication of the documents this week, the office confirmed that it would not be reviewing the $4.2m payment to various investment companies.

It said: “While the details of the payments were accurate as of early 2005, it was not reasonable to assume that the actual amounts involved at that time are the same as those made in this case.

“The amount of money paid in this case has now been reviewed by the Office of Public Accounts and the findings are reported to the relevant relevant authorities.”

The figures for 2004 and 2008 were made from public financial records available only in the case of individuals, rather than companies.

The Labour Party leader has paid back several millions of dollars for tax payments since 1999 when the public records were opened in his name.