Conservative Party chairman Grant Shapps has said that he "over firmly" denied having a second job as a web marketer while in Parliament.
Mr Shapps made the comment to LBC Radio today and admitted he had "screwed up" during a recent interview with the station, in which he said he never had a "second job" while serving as an MP.
The 46-year-old politician claimed he had made a mistake with dates concerning his web marketing work, which he undertook using the pseudonym Michael Green.
The PM's spokesman was eager to defend Grant Shapps' today when questioned about whether the Tory Party Chair had lied about a second job.
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Conservative Party chairman Grant Shapps said he did work as a web marketer under a pseudonym after entering Parliament.