Firm had 'no income' other than Dorries' media fees

Conservative MP Nadine Dorries  pictured making a statement to the Commons.
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries made a statement to the Commons earlier today. Credit: ITV News

The Committee on Standards said Averbrook Ltd. - the firm which Nadine Dorries' I'm A Celebrity fee was paid to - had "no income from any sources other than her media appearances".

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Dorries' TV fees rules apology

Tory MP Nadine Dorries has apologised to the Commons for "inadvertently" breaching Commons rules by failing to properly register income from her media work, including ITV's I'm A Celebrity, after a critical report by the MPs' standards watchdog.