Cabinet ministers, property development and Naylor Review

The  parliamentary commissioner for standards has received a complaint about the Minister for Health and Social Care, after Mr Hunt did not comply with money-laundering legislation and failed to register a new property company with Companies House.  Mr Hunt’s company owns seven flats in a development led by the Nicolas James Group, a company (according to the Guardian 14.4.18) that’s owned by a substantial donor to Mr Hunt’s constituency.  The Minster for Health and Social Care is one of nine current cabinet ministers with interests in property.

Meanwhile, following the Naylor Review, NHS Trusts are under pressure from the government to cope with underfunding by selling land and buildings to property developers.

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