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I am currently bankrupt ( was in court in October)

I wanted to stand as an independent parlimentary candidate next year. Can I do this as an undischarged bankrupt or would I have to be discharged first?

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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From BBC News....

Parliamentary elections in individual constituencies are called when an MP dies or resigns during a Parliament.

Other official causes for a seat to fall vacant - triggering a by-election - include the incumbent MP's bankruptcy, elevation to the peerage, or lunacy.

 

You'll find more info in the House of Commons Library under

BANKRUPTCY AND DISQUALIFICATION.

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http://www.parliament.uk/commons/lib/research/briefings/snpc-01767.pdf

 

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Thanks Rooster.

 

I think Neil Hamilton was but not sure if he was whilst bankrupt??

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No apparently, You can steal, rob cheat and lie after you become an MP, but they have this wierd sense of logic about "honourable"


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I think Mr Hamilton's bankrupcy occured after he lost his seat to Martin Bell.

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become a non dom and dont pay tax and you can become one


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Isn't it odd that a bankrupt can't become an MP. When you look at the integrity of the current lot I am convinced that many bankrupts would have more humility and a higher ethical standard.

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As a voter if I knew that the candidate for the seat had been bankrupt, I would have my doubts about them being able to manage any finances or issues. This is just an opinion and not a go at any one.

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As a voter if I knew that the candidate for the seat had been bankrupt, I would have my doubts about them being able to manage any finances or issues. This is just an opinion and not a go at any one.

 

At least you know where you stand then.

 

The current lot (Broon in particular) have clearly shown their ability to manage finances.

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At least you know where you stand then.

 

The current lot (Broon in particular) have clearly shown their ability to manage finances.

 

Surely you mean "their ability NOT to manage finances"? :)

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Surely you mean "their ability NOT to manage finances"? :-)

 

I wouldn't want to foist my opinion on anyone else:)

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