Out-of-jail MP to take part in key Brexit vote

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DIS­GRACED MP Fiona Onasanya can re­turn to Par­lia­ment to take part in cru­cial Brexit votes af­ter be­ing re­leased from pri­son.

The Peter­bor­ough MP ( above), who has been ex­pelled by the Labour Party, was driven out of HMP Bronze­field in Ash­ford, Sur­rey, yes­ter­day af­ter serv­ing a month of her pri­son sen­tence.

Hav­ing been freed un­der an early re­lease scheme, it’s thought the 35-year-old Re­mainer will be wear­ing an elec­tronic tag if she at­tends to­day’s Com­mons de­bates and votes.

Ms Onasanya was sen­tenced to three months in jail at the Old Bai­ley on Jan­uary 29 af­ter she was con­victed of per­vert­ing the course of jus­tice by ly­ing to avoid a speed­ing charge.

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