Police investigation into Angela Rayner council home row could be concluded as ... trends now

Police investigation into Angela Rayner council home row could be concluded as ... trends now
Police investigation into Angela Rayner council home row could be concluded as ... trends now

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The police investigation into Angela Rayner's living arrangements could be resolved as early as next week.

The Labour Party is said to be increasingly confident its deputy leader will be cleared imminently by Greater Manchester Police.

The six-week investigation is expected to conclude before the election with an announcement expected as soon as next week.

She is now understood to have spoken to officers about claims over where she was living in the 2010s and the sale of her council home.

Ms Rayner's allies hope that the police force will make a clear statement so that questions about the investigation do not plague her election campaign, the Times reported.

The Labour Party is said to be increasingly confident its deputy leader will be cleared imminently by Greater Manchester Police.

The Labour Party is said to be increasingly confident its deputy leader will be cleared imminently by Greater Manchester Police.

Sir Keir Starmer, the Labour leader, has backed her and said he does not need to see the legal advice.

Sir Keir Starmer, the Labour leader, has backed her and said he does not need to see the legal advice.

 Officers began investigating after the Mail on Sunday raised questions about where she lived around the time she sold her former council house in Stockport, Greater Manchester.

They are probing whether the MP gave false information on the electoral register after she was accused of potential breaches of the Representation of the People Act 1983.

But the police are unlikely to send a file to the Crown Prosecution Service because charges must be brought within 12

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