If a member of Parliament, after becoming an MP, is convicted in the United Kingdom of a custodial offence1, or is convicted of providing false or misleading information for allowances claims2, then the court that imposes the sentence or order in relation to the conviction must notify the Speaker of the conviction and of the sentence or order, and also whether an appeal may be brought in respect of the conviction, sentence or order3.
Where an appeal is brought in respect of the conviction, sentence or order (including from a court that determines or otherwise disposes of such an appeal)4,
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