The Observer - Top Tory MPs ask for £10,000 a day to work at fake company

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The Observer says top Tory MPs agreed to work for a fake South Korean firm for up to £10,000 a day, according to footage from a campaign group. Former chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng and former health secretary Matt Hancock are among a handful of high-profile MPs who offered their services. Anti-Brexit campaign group Led By Donkeys organised the meeting, which was filmed undercover. Mr Hancock told the paper it was an “illegal publication of a private conversation” and Mr Kwarteng did not respond.

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