Manipulation of UK Democracy by Israel

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Dear House of Commons,

I viewed the following 4 videos on this page with horror.
http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/2017/1/1...

It is blatant undermining of democracy, MPs and the civil service by agents of Israel, skewing decisions the way of Israel. It is in fact treasonous and espionage.

Involved are the Friends of Israel in Labour and Conservatives. What actions are underway to investigate this espionage and manipulation by the House of Commons? What rules govern groups such as this? What groups are allowed to use facilites in Parliament.

There has been a manipulation on behalf of Israel to ask a question in the House of Commons via Robert Halfon.
There was lying by an MP Joan Ryan to frame a Labour Party Member, This surely is fraud as well as bringing the House of Commons into disrepute
"15. Members shall at all times conduct themselves in a manner which will tend to maintain and strengthen the public's trust and confidence in the integrity of Parliament and never undertake any action which would bring the House of Commons, or its Members generally, into disrepute."
Who takes action on these offences? This is a formal complaint, and i also wish to formally complain any other bodies who would oversee this. Who might they be?

What information does the House of Commons have ,and what steps are being put into place to ensure that such espionage by foreign powers and treason by British people assisting them does not happen again?

Yours faithfully,

Barbara Jones

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Dear Ms Jones,

 

 

Freedom of Information Request F17-034

 

Thank you for your request for information as copied below.  You asked a
number of questions about the alleged manipulation of UK democracy by
Israel, which we have sought to answer in a logical order below.

 

1)  [with reference to the Friends of Israel (Labour and Conservative)]
What rules govern groups such as this?

 

This information is not held by the House of Commons.  These groups are
not parliamentary bodies and, therefore, the House of Commons does not
hold information about any rules which might apply to them.   

 

It may be helpful to add that all Members of Parliament are required to
comply with the Code of Conduct for Members and the Guide to the Rules
relating to their conduct.  The Code and the Guide are available here:
[1]http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-o...
Subject to the detailed rules in chapter 1 of the Guide, Members who
participate in visits or receive other financial support through their
membership of such a group may be required to register such benefits in
the Register of Members’ Financial Interests.  The Register of Members’
Financial Interests is available here:
[2]http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa...
However, it is important to note that any such rules apply to MPs as
individuals not to the groups.  In addition, all Members of Parliament are
required to comply with UK law.

 

2)  What groups are allowed to use facilities in Parliament?

 

Some information is held by the House of Commons.

 

Individuals who hold parliamentary passes (who may be part of a group or
groups) may access most facilities in Parliament.  There are some access
restrictions, mainly on catering facilities, which are detailed on our
web-pages here:
[3]http://www.parliament.uk/site-informatio....
  Members may also book meeting rooms and dining rooms for outside groups.
In some circumstances dining facilities may be booked direct.

 

Other visitors to Parliament must be either accompanied by a pass-holder,
or be part of a tour.  The exception to this is people wanting to talk to
their MP, who may access the public Central Lobby and wait there until
their Member arrives.  Further information on visiting Parliament is
available on our web pages here:  [4]http://www.parliament.uk/visiting/.

 

3)  [with reference to four videos] What actions are underway to
investigate this espionage and manipulation by the House of Commons?

And

4)  Who takes action on these offences?

And

5)  This is a formal complaint, and i also wish to formally complain any
other bodies who would oversee this. Who might they be?

 

Information relating to the investigation of any alleged espionage is not
held by the House of Commons. 

Espionage and treason are criminal offences, and any allegations relating
to these offences should be reported to, and would be considered by, the
police.

The information you require may be held by the Metropolitan Police Service
and you may therefore wish to consider submitting your request to them. 
The contact details of the Metropolitan Police FOI team are here:
[5]http://www.met.police.uk/foi/contact_us.....

 

It may also help you to know that the Parliamentary Commissioner for
Standards is responsible for considering allegations that a Member has
breached any of the rules of conduct, found in paragraphs 10-16 of the
Code of Conduct.  Details of how to make an allegation of a breach of
those rules are available on the parliamentary website here: 
[6]http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-o...

 

6)  What information does the House of Commons have and what steps are
being put into place to ensure that such espionage by foreign powers and
treason by British people assisting them does not happen again?

 

This information is not held by the House of Commons.

 

The Home Office is the lead government department for counter-terrorism
and police and may hold some of the information you require.  You may wish
to consider submitting your request under the Freedom of Information Act
2000 to that department, whose contact details can be found at:
[7]https://www.gov.uk/government/organisati....

 

 

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