North West Conservative MPs caught up in election expenses row

Two North West police forces have passed files to the Crown Prosecution Service over the Conservative Party's 2015 election expenses. Morecambe and Lunesdale MP David Morris is one of three MPs known to have been interviewed by police who decided no further action was warranted. The Conservatives have been fined a record £70,000 for failing to accurately report election expenses.

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  1. Matt O'Donoghue, ITV News

Who paid for the battle bus? Three North West MPs could be under investigation over expenses

The Conservative Party's election 'battle bus'. Credit: ::

As many as three North West MPs could be part of the investigation into expenses related to the Conservative party's election 'battle bus'.

Tonight the Hazel Grove MP WIlliam Wragg confirmed to Granada Reports his name has been passed to the crown prosecution service.

This report from our correspondent Matt O'Donoghue:

The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was at a social enterprise in Lancaster today to highlight social care cuts.

Elaine began by asking him about expenses and whether he'd call for new by elections, if the law has been broken:

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