David Cameron's official spokesman said he had not spoken to the Prime Minister about Lord Hanningfield's alleged "clocking in" claims but told reporters: "I understand the concerns that have been raised."
The House of Lords Commissioner for Standards - who is is responsible for investigating alleged breaches of the peers' code of conduct including on the use of expenses - has not yet received any complaint about Lord Hanningfield, a spokesman said.
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