Former Tory minister Charles Hendry takes job with party donor

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Conservative MP for Wealden signed energy pact with Iceland while in office and will now work for importer of Icelandic power

A former Conservative minister who signed an energy pact with Iceland's government has taken a second job, less than a year after he left office, working for a Tory donor who plans to import Icelandic...

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