PMQs: Rishi Sunak to be pressed over Nadhim Zahawi's tax affairs
Rishi Sunak is likely to face more criticism at Prime Minister's Questions as he resists calls to sack his party chairman Nadhim Zahawi.
Mr Sunak has ordered his ethics advisor to investigate how Mr Zahawi resolved a tax dispute when he was chancellor.
The PM has aid there are "questions that need answering" but it is unclear what he knew about Mr Zahawi's dealings with HMRC when he appointed him.
Mr Zahawi maintains he behaved appropriately.
Last summer, Mr Zahawi dismissed reports of a HMRC investigation as "smears" and threatened some who intended to raise questions about his tax affairs with legal action.
This has drawn criticism not just from the opposition, but from Lord Evans, Chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life.
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