It appears that Peterborough's disgraced former MP Fiona Onasanya is releasing a book about her experiences.
She was removed from her post last June following a recall petition- the first of its kind in England- after serving 28 days of a three month prison sentence for perverting the course of justice. The courts heard that she had lied about a speeding conviction.
The 36-year-old was accused of colluding with her brother Festus after her car was clocked going 41mph in a 30mph zone in the village of Thorney near Peterborough.
Her brother was sentenced to 10 months in jail and she was later struck off as a solicitor after losing her appeal.
Now she's releasing a book which goes on sale at the end of the month. It's called "Snakes & Adders" and promises to give her version of events.
Check out this timeline of the key moments for more information:
- June 2017: Fiona Onasanya is elected MP for Peterborough, beating Conservative candidate Stewart Jackson by 607 votes
- July 2017: Onasanya's Nissan Micra is caught speeding, she says it was her brother who was driving.
- July 2018: Fiona Onasanya appears at Westminster Magistrates’ Court charged with Perverting The Course of Justice and is charged later in the month
- August 2018: Onasanya and her brother Festus plead not guilty at the Old bailey. Festus later pleads guilty.
- November 2018: Prosecutor David Jeremy QC tells the jury Fiona Onasanya ‘plotted’ with her brother to evade speeding prosecution
- November 2018: Onasanya says she ‘does not know’ who was driving the car when it was caught speeding
- November 2018: Jury fail to reach verdict
- December 2018: The retrial starts at The Old Bailey
- December 2018: Fiona Onasanya found guilty of perverting the course of justice
- January 2019: She is expelled from the Labour party
- January 2019: Fiona Onasanya appeals against conviction
- January 2019: Fiona Onasanya is jailed
- February 26 2019: Fiona Onasanya is released from HMP Bronzefield after serving 28 days of the sentence
- May 2019: Fiona Onasanya loses her seat as 19,000 people sign the recall petition