Former Labour minister Denis MacShane has been granted condition bail ahead of sentencing on December 19 after he admitted making nearly £13,000 worth of false expenses claims.
Mr MacShane admitted false accounting by putting in fake receipts for £12,900 of "research and translation" services at the Old Bailey.
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"We need to remember the cost of war and the pity of war. We need to remember how we fell in to it."