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Malcolm Rifkind: 'I'm not sorry, I'm absolutely livid'

Conservative Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Labour's Jack Straw have been suspended from their parliamentary parties after being secretly filmed apparently offering their services to a private company for cash.

Both say they have broken no rules, after reporters for the Daily Telegraph and Channel 4's Dispatches posed as staff of a fake Chinese firm.

The MPs have referred themselves to Parliament's standards watchdog.

Speaking to the Daily Politics programme, Sir Malcolm said: "I'm livid, I'm angry, and I'm going to make sure these unfounded allegations are put in the dustbin where they belong."

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