Former British Labour Party minister Elliot Morley pleads guilty to dishonestly claiming more than £30,000 in parliamentary expenses.
At the Liberal Democrats conference, party leader Jo Swinson reaffirms that if elected any future Liberal Democrat led government, would halt Brexit by revoking Article 50, adding that in the case of a hung parliament she would not enter a coalition with either the Conservatives or Labour.
Luke March, who was charged with investigating the United Kingdom Parliamentary expenses scandal, resigns from the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority after refusing to name those under suspicion.
Former British Labour MP Eric Illsley is jailed for 12 months for dishonestly claiming parliamentary expenses. The sentence comes on the same day that Jim Devine, another former Labour MP, is convicted of dishonestly claiming £8,385 of expenses by using false invoices for cleaning and printing work.