Yeo Faces Met Perjury Probe

Mcc0024024. Create at The Daily Telegraph. Tim Yeo, MP for Suffolk South, is seen at The Age of Energy summit, hosted by The Daily Telegraph and sponsored by Shell, at The Telegraph offices. Tuesday June 29, 2010.

More trouble for Tim Yeo after he lost his libel action against the Sunday Times: now the police are looking into whether he committed perjury. Worth remembering the judge described his evidence as “implausible”, “unreliable”, “not honest”, “dishonest”, “untruthful”, “untrue” and “unworthy of belief”. Perjury carries a maximum sentence of seven years in prison…


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