He knew that Jonathan’s cleaner was actually his au pair.” However, the detectives advised the MP his position was likely to be secure for the time being as the local party could not find the au pair, who had returned to Poland.
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It found that two senior members of Mr Djanogly’s local party, including his election agent, thought he was “lazy, with no political convictions or beliefs”.
It quoted one senior figure as saying: “He [Djanogly] works very hard not to give an opinion.
It later emerged that he had claimed more than £13,000 in “cleaning costs”, which had been paid to his au pair.
The damning views are set out in a private memorandum to Mr Djanogly by Morris Chase International, an investigations company.
It sets out the results of the firm’s £5,000 investigation and the deep misgivings in the justice minister’s constituency about his conduct.
He has been a disaster and we need to deselect him.” Mr Djanogly was elected to the safe seat of Huntingdon in 2001 after the retirement of Sir John Major as the local MP.
He quickly rose to the front bench, and was chosen as the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Justice Department by David Cameron following the election.