Over the summer of 2019, Keith Vaz reused his medical condition to have decisions of Labour’ NEC Disputes Committee reviewed. It’s not the first time and raises the question of whether you can be partially sick. Obviously in employment, one can be recommended ‘light duties’ or employers can be made to make “reasonable adjustments” in the case of disability. How should these be applied to MPs? Here are my notes and links on the Vaz cas. … 

  1. Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards ./complaints-and-investigations/allegations-reported-to-the-standards-committee/. … can’t find it there!
  2. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/dec/21/keith-vaz-investigation-suspended-for-medical-reasons
  3. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5188057/sleaze-investigation-into-keith-vaz-rent-boy-scandal-is-suspended-because-mp-is-ill/
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