DECLARATION OF MEMBERS' INTERESTS
Mr David Cameron declared an interest as a Consultant
to Carlton Communications plc and occasional earnings from journalism.
He also declared that he was a member of the Advisory Board of
Investis.com, an online investor relations company (an unpaid
Ms Janet Dean declared a part share in two residential
properties in Cheshire. She also declared several miscellaneous
and unremunerated interests: Chairmanship of Burton Breweries
Charitable Trust, Presidency of East Staffordshire Racial Equality
Council, Presidency of Relate: East Staffordshire Marriage Guidance,
Honorary Presidency of Uttoxeter Citizens Advice Bureau, Presidency
of Cases, Presidency of the Women's Section, Royal British Legion
Mr Humfrey Malins declared an interest as a Recorder
of the Crown Court, as a Consultant to Tuck & Mann, Solicitors,
Leatherhead, Surrey, as an Acting Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate,
as a Member of the Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning
and Research International), and as a lay member of the General
Medical Council, for which a daily attendance allowance is paid;
and declared occasional rental income from residential property
owned by himself and his wife.
Mr Chris Mullin declared occasional income from journalism
and authorship and rental income from residential property.
Bridget Prentice declared an interest as a magistrate
and occasional fees for opinion research.
Mr Gwyn Prosser declared a contribution of more than
25% of his election expenses from the GMB and MSF trade unions.
Bob Russell declared an interest as a Colchester
Borough Councillor, occasional fees from journalism and broadcasting;
and occasional fees from opinion research surveys, which were
donated to good causes and charities. He declared membership of
BPRI Political Opinion Panel, fees from which were paid to the
Island of St Helena Gumwood Tree Appeal. He also declared unremunerated
interests as a patron of the St Stephen's Church Centre, Colchester,
a trustee of St Mary Magdalen's Hospital Almshouse Charity, Colchester
and Vice-President of Colchester (TS Colne Light) Sea Cadets.
Mr Marsha Singh confirmed that he had no declarations
Angela Watkinson confirmed that she had no declarations
Mr Tom Watson declared occasional fees for opinion
surveys, which were paid to charity. He further declared two complimentary
tickets to the Brit Awards, received from the British Phonographic
David Winnick declared very occasional fees received
from press articles, broadcasting interviews, etc, and a contribution
by the GMB Union, of which he was a member, of less than 25% of
his election expenses of 1997.
18 July 2001