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A report today by anti-sleaze watchdog has urged MPs and peers for "more timely and detailed disclosure" about contacts with lobbyists and the hospitality they provide.
The Committee on Standards in Public Life added that published information should include meeting dates, attendee details and "meaningful descriptors of subject-matter" and should be be published on the internet within a month.
An anti-sleaze watchdog has called on MPs and peers to be given "ethics training" to help them avoid abusing their positions.
A report by the Committee on Standards in Public Life published today address concerns around lobbying.
Chairman Lord Paul Bew said people needed to know that vested interests were not having undue influence over decision-makers following a series of scandals.