The MP for South Dorset, is flying to Hungary to support a constituent who is being tried for fraud.
Michael Turner and Jason McGoldrick from Plymouth were arrested in 2009 after their timeshare marketing business collapsed.
Richard Drax MP, testified as a character witness, and should arrive in time for the verdict this afternoon.
A businessman from Somerset has been charged with a string of fraud offences after a British company sold bomb-detecting devices to more than 20 countries, police have said. Jim McCormick, 55, will appear before magistrates in London on Thursday accused of six offences under the Fraud Act.
McCormick, of Langport, Somerset, was director of Wincanton-based ATSC that sold bomb-detecting device to countries, including Iraq and Afghanistan.
McCormick will appear at the City of London Magistrates' Court on July 12 2012.
A woman who stole almost 100 thousand pounds from a charity has been jailed for 14 months. Jennifer Colenso stole money from the North Devon Animal Charity. Police officers say it's the biggest theft from a charity they can remember. Richard Lawrence has this report.
69-year-old Jennifer Colenso admitted eight counts of fraud and one of theft whilst working as a volunteer treasurer for the animal charity, the North Devon Animal Ambulance.
She was jailed for 14 months by Judge Phillip Walsall at Exeter Crown Court.
Jennifer Colenso stole money from the North Devon Animal Charity. She'd worked for them as a volunteer treasuer. She was sentenced to 14 months at Exeter Crown Court.
A woman who defrauded a charity out of almost £100,000 will appear at Exeter Crown Court later.
69 year old Jennifer Colenso stole money from the North Devon Animal Charity. She'd worked for them as a volunteer treasuer. A judge told her she'll be facing a jail sentence.