Sir Malcolm Rifkind has denied any wrong doing and said the cash for access allegations are "not justified".
He announced earlier today that he would be stepping down as an MP at the General Election and he also resigned as chairman of the Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee,
ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:
MPs reject proposals for a ban on politicians holding paid directorships, consultancies or trade union roles.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind is to quit as an MP at the general election amid fresh pressure over cash for access allegations.