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Of course this paper is edited primarily in the morning, Parliament votes in the afternoon crucially though people need to know this'.
’He added: ‘There are potential difficulties (with conflicts of interest).Blunt: Osborne has been accused of taking the p**s and critics including John Mulholland, editor, The Observer, and former coalition cabinet member Alistair Carmichael have demanded to know how he can do all these jobs One of his non-MP jobs is even in America, where he is paid an estimated £120,000-a-year to work as an academic as the first ever Kissinger Fellow at the Arizona-based Mc Cain Institute for International Leadership.His non-Westminster roles earn him an estimated £1.5million a year but explaining how he can balance work and politics he told London Live: 'I’m a member of Parliament, I’m proud to represent my constituency.Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn shared his view on the announcement, saying that it is 'taking multitasking to an extreme level' and calling it a 'joke'. The MP said: 'It may be he's taken the view he's not going to have a seat.' One Evening Standard insider told Mail Online they were stunned as the shock news when staff at the newspaper's offices were told via email this morning.
Mr Osborne then walked the floor of its Kensington newsroom and is meeting the journalists and executives this afternoon.Mr Osborne says he will edit the paper four mornings a week, spend his afternoons at Parliament and then head up to his Cheshire constituency on Fridays.