Ban ministers from lobbying for five years, Greensill review to propose

Lord Evans to call for tougher rules to stop former ministers using contacts and expertise for private gain

Ministers could face a five-year ban from lobbying after leaving office and face fines if they break the rules.

Lord Evans, chair of the committee on standards in public life, will propose the tougher measures following an emergency review carried out in the wake of the Greensill scandal.

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