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Boris Johnson earns nearly £1m in one month – and Matt Hancock’s I’m A Celeb fee revealed | Politics News

Boris Johnson earned nearly £1 million in a month to bring it earnings this is parliament up up to £2.3 million.

Matt Hancock earnings from his 18 day appearance on I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! have also was revealed.

Mr Johnson latest update to the register of deputies of interests shows he received £510,000 as an advance on his upcoming book.

He also earned £200,892.86 for speaking to Aditya Birla Management, an Indian conglomerate, and £246,406.57 from Bloomberg Singapore for speech he made in in city.

former prime minister earned £3,000 for article he wrote for Spectator magazine he said took time to write.

His total earnings from December 14 to January 13 – £960,298.

Income on Top of his salary of £84,144 for be an MP and an additional £79,936 for when he was prime minister.

Mr Johnson now made £2,328,964 in additional earnings since then start of this is parliament in December 2019.

He made more than £1 million of which in three months from September to mid-December after he passed over his premiership is Liz Truss.

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in latest updatemr johnson also testified that he was given flowers and chocolate worth £785 Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, foreigner minister of United Arab Emirates.

Mr Johnson latest declaration will most likely make it second-highest earn MP it parliament when he overtakes Sir Geoffrey Cox, but remains behind Theresa May who didn’t say anything in in past month.

Mr Hancock, who was a conservative whip removed for appearance on I’m a celebrity he said earned £320,000 from show – £17,777 per day.

Matt Hancock was paid £320,000. for appearance on I’m a celebrity… get me out of Here!

His announcement put an end to much speculation about how he was paid a lot for program.

former health secretary was also paid £10,000 for performance at Blemain Finance and £48,000 for interview and serialization of His book in Daily mail.

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