List of interests of the shadow cabinet

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Micheal Howard

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc.

Queen's Counsel (non-practising).

6. Overseas visits

1-2 February 2002, to Paris to participate in a youth conference. Travel and accommodation for my wife and myself were paid for by European Studies Tours. (Registered 9 December 2002)
1-4 November 2002, to Singapore, to address conference on Safer Cities. Travel and hotel accommodation for my wife and myself paid for by Fine Events Ltd. (Registered 8 November2002)
6-8 November 2002, to Vienna, to address a conference on Morality and Politics. Travel and accommodation for my wife and myself were paid for by Project Syndicate, the organisers of the conference. (Registered 26 December 2002)
5-9 January 2003, my wife and I were the guests of Saga on a short cruise from Southampton to Casablanca. I made a speech and participated in a Question and Answer session on the trip which was organised by a subsidiary of Saga Group. The cost of our air fares back to England were met by Saga. (Registered 6 November 2003)

8. Land and Property

Flat, currently let, in London SW1.

Oliver Letwin

1. Remunerated directorships

N.M. Rothschild Corporate Finance Ltd.; investment banking arm of N.M. Rothschild & Sons Ltd.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

Fee from V & P Midlands Developments Ltd. for a speech to a St. George's Day celebratory dinner for businessmen in the West Midlands. (Up to £5,000) (Registered 30 April 2003)

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

I receive ex-gratia legal advice from Martin Howe QC in connection with my duty as Shadow Home Affairs Spokesman.
In connection with my front-bench duties I receive assistance and support on tax and other issues from an individual seconded from KPMG.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

3 July 2003, helicopter loaned for trip from Leeds to London by Mr Roger Clark. (Registered 10 July 2003)

9. Registrable shareholdings

(b) Options in the Rothschild Continuation Holdings ESOP in connection with my directorship of N.M. Rothschild Corporate Finance Ltd.

Micheal Ancram

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

19 and 20 September 2002, two days fishing on the River Tay in Scotland as a guest of Scottish Coal. (Registered 3 October 2002)

6. Overseas visits

7-18 September 2002, to India, Hong Kong and Pakistan. All flights, accommodation and a small daily allowance in Hong Kong were paid for by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office. (Accommodation in India and Pakistan was provided by the respective High Commissioners.) (Registered 3 October 2002)
17 October 2002, to Vaduz, Liechtenstein, as guest speaker of the LGT Banking Group at their headquarters. Accommodation , hospitality and flights from Zurich to London paid for by the LGT Group. Having attended a European Democrat Union Conference in Lisbon, I was also provided with the use of a private plan from Lisbon to Zurich by Mr Irvine Laidlaw. (Registered 23 October 2002)
13-20 February 2003, to Beijing, China. The cost of my flights were met by the Conservative Party and all hotel accommodation was provided courtesy of the Chinese Communist Party. (Registered 6 May 2003)
3-7 March 2003, to the Sudan and Kenya on a fact-finding tour of East Africa. The costs of my flights and all hotel accommodation were paid for by Flying Lion Ltd. (Registered 10 March 2003)
30 June-2 July 2003, visit to Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Fare paid by Conservative Central Office, hotel accommodation by Government of Israel. (Registered 8 July 2003)
19-24 July 2003, to Kabul and Baghdad on a fact-finding tour. Flights and two nights' accommodation in Kuwait were paid for by Flying Lion Ltd (accommodation and transport in Kabul paid for by British Embassy). (Registered on 12 August 2003)
19-24 July 2003, to Kabul and Baghdad on a fact-finding tour. Flights, and two nights' stop-over accommodation in Kuwait provided by Flying Lion Ltd (accommodation and transport in Kabul paid for by British Embassy). (Registered 12 August 2003)
1-6 September 2003, to Sri Lanka at invitation of Government of Sri Lanka, who met the cost of my flights, all hotel accommodation and local transport. (Registered 9 September 2003)

8. Land and Property

Farms on Scottish Borders, from which rental income is received.
Houses and miscellaneous property on Scottish Borders, from which rental income is received.
Industrial rents (mining) in Lothian, Scotland.

David Davis

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

Fee from Clive Conway Associates for a Festival Hall Debate on 14 October 2002 (up to £5,000). (Registered 17 December 2002)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

July 2003, demonstration flight in a Hawk provided by BAe plc (a constituency company). (Registered 14 August 2003)

Tim Yeo

1. Remunerated directorships

Univent PLC; operator of nursing homes for elderly people and domiciliary care agencies.
Genus PLC; company which supplies cattle semen and consultancy services to the agricultural industry.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

Monthly column in Golf Weekly magazine.
Occasional articles for Country Life magazine.
Fee for a speech to the Triennial Conference of the Association of Golf Club Secretaries. (Registered 22 April 2003)

6. Overseas visits

9-16 November 2002, to California, fare paid for by the Fay Improvement Company. (Registered 26 November 2002)
15-20 February 2003, to Morocco. Fares paid by Wentworth Travel. Accommodation provided by Amanjena Hotel and La Mamounia Hotel. (Registered 20 March 2003)

9. Registrable shareholdings

(a) Anacol Holdings Ltd.; a family investment company.
General Securities Register Ltd.; recognised marking name.

Lord Strathclyde

12(e) Remunerated directorships

Auchendrane Estates Ltd (trading as Barskimming Estates) (property ownership and management of farmland, forestry, commercial and residential property in Scotland)
Trafalgar Capital Management Ltd

12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Leader of The Opposition, House of Lords

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of various family trusts

David Curry

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

Monthly column for Local Government Chronicle. (Up to £5,000)

Theresa May

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

Design and maintenance of website free of charge by Web Design by Russell Brown Ltd.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

Honorary life membership for self and spouse of Maidenhead Conservative Club.

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

Receipt of a discount card on the purchase of shoes from Russell and Bromley, which has the potential to be of registrable value.

Liam Fox

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

Contributions to staffing running of private office from Cllr Michael Batt of Amersham, who is also Principal of SMAE Institute, Maidenhead.
A researcher based in my office works exclusively for the Atlantic Bridge, a UK-American think-tank of which I am a founder member. In this role she receives funding from Pfizer Inc. She has no function in any health role. (Registered 13 June 2003)

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)

5 June 2003, flight on a helicopter from London to Bristol provided by Mr John Scurr. (Registered 13 June 2003)

9. Registrable shareholdings

(a) Arrest Ltd.; medical education company.

Maurice Saatchi

12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Finsbury Foods plc (AIM listed investment company)
Partner, M&C Saatchi (marketing services)

12(g) Controlling shareholdings

100% of Graduate Appointments Ltd (private recruitment company)

13(a) Significant shareholdings

M&C Saatchi Worldwide (marketing services company)
Finsbury Foods plc (AIM listed investment company)

13(b) Landholdings

Residential property in London, Sussex and South of France

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, London School of Economics

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Apsley House Trust
Trustee, Museum of Garden History

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Centre for Policy Studies

David Maclean

Nil

David Willetts

1. Remunerated directorships

Chairman of Board of Universal Biosensors Limited the British subsidiary of Sensor-Tec Limited, a company developing biosensors.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc.

Author.
Economic Adviser to Dresdner Kleinwort Benson, Merchant Bank.

14 October 2003, fee for speaking at conference in Madrid on the future and reform of pension funds, organised by The Economist which paid the fee, my air fare and overnight accommodation. (Registered 16 October 2003)

8. Land and Property

Flat in West London, from which rental income is received.

9. Registrable shareholdings

(a) Two hundred shares in Sensor-Tec Limited; a company developing biosensors.