The Tory rebel was one of 21 MPs expelled from the Conservative Party after voting to block a no deal Brexit. Mr Grieve said that legislation may be needed so that Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party can keep the funds given to them by the Government.
The party reportedly receives £7.9million in what is known as “short money”.
The amount is awarded to opposition parties based on how many votes they received and Commons seats they won in the last general election.
Mr Grieve said: “I recognise that because of the strange way that our rules in Parliament have been enacted that there may be financial consequences to forming a Government of national unity for opposition parties which could be seen as acting to their detriment.
“I would hope that if that’s the case the House of Commons could come together to try to address that in a fair and transparent manner, rather than allowing that to be an obstacle to setting one up.”
Jeremy Corbyn fears 'financial consequences' of ousting Boris Johnson says Dominic Grieve (Image: GETTY)
The Tory rebel was one of 21 MPs expelled from the Conservative Party (Image: GETTY)
Mr Corbyn and other Remainer party leaders gathered for a meeting at the Labour leader’s office.
During the meeting, Mr