He’s back! Geoffrey Cox, Tory MP and former barrister in Caribbean was back at the House of Commons after revelations about him were made.

  • At the conclusion of the statement made by the PM, he quietly entered the chamber. 
  • He was there for about 10 minutes and then he moved on to the backbenches, chatting with others. 
  • An ex-attorney general has been criticized for his work as a Caribbean lawyer 

Geoffrey Cox, Tory MP under pressure and amid furore over his lucrative work as an outsider barrister, made a low-key return to the House of Commons.

Tonight, at the close of a Prime Minister’s statement on Cop26, the West Devon MP entered quietly into the chamber.

According to eyewitnesses, he was there for approximately 10 minutes and then left.

Luke Pollard (Labour shadow minister) was one of the people who saw Mr Cox enter Parliament. Guess who just entered the Commons! It’s only Geoffrey Cox. Can you believe it?’  

The West Devon MP quietly entered the chamber tonight at the end of a statement by the Prime Minister about the Cop26 climate conference.

Tonight, at the close of a Prime Minister’s statement on Cop26 climate change conference, West Devon MP, entered quietly into the chamber.

Labour shadow minister Luke Pollard was among those who spotted Mr Cox enter the Commons

Luke Pollard, Labour Shadow Minister and was one of those that saw Mr Cox enter The Commons

Former attorney general has come under fire after spending several weeks in high-ranking Caribbean legal positions while Parliament was sitting. This is apparently thanks to the Tory Party.

Sir Geoffrey voted remotely in Parliament from the Caribbean While consulting the British Virgin Islands Government, the British Virgin Islands was hailed as a tax haven for corruption. 

His actions via Zoom in using his Commons office to get a hearty via Zoom have led to him being referred by Parliament’s sleaze guarddog. 

All allegations are denied by him.