Boris Johnson was forced to apologize to the House of Commons after failing to report his full income to the property authorities nine times.
The former Foreign Minister has repeatedly failed to declare his income within the deadline required under parliamentary rules, the Commissioner for Standards said.
Value of £ 52,722.80, which is nearly seventy percent of a member's salary, "the commissioner said in a statement.
They added that the rule violation did not seem unintended.
" The number The late filing indicated that the requirements of the house were not being considered for accidental error. Therefore, this matter could not be settled as part of the correction process, "they said.
They added," Mr. Johnson has indeed told me that the late registrations were " accidentally" the fact that The late registrations, which were made four times and involving nine payments, indicate a lack of attention to consider or take into account the needs of the home rather than a mistake or accidental mistake. "
Johnson told MEPs on Thursday he accepted that he violated the rules.
" You will know that the Standards Committee has published a report on nine payments, mainly unexpected foreign royalties, of which I regret say they were taken too late into the Register of Interests of Members, "Johnson told the Commons.
" I fully agree that the delay was a violation of the House's rules. Although I was grateful to the committee that he had no intention of misleading the house, and I was completely transparent, I offer the house a full and unconditional offer of apology. "
The Revelation is for Johnson embarrassing as the Allies prepare to demand May if a vote of no confidence is pronounced against their leadership in the coming months.