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That this House notes that the investigation into the breach of the Ministerial code by the former Secretary of State for Defence was itself a breach of the code which explicitly names the independent adviser as the sole enforcer of the code; regrets that political expediency and the need for a quick fix persuaded the Government to approve an illegitimate, botched and superficial report that disregarded much of the evidence; further notes the additional allegations that have been made since the report's publication; and calls for a new, thorough investigation by the Independent Adviser on Ministerial Standards.
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