John Lyon, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, ruled that the rally at the House of Commons was a partisan event and ordered Slaughter to pay back the full cost of the envelopes and notepaper
It was on headed notepaper
because it was in the printer at the time.
Mr Malik added he had done nothing wrong by using Parliamentary notepaper
But a letter on the firm's notepaper
denied it was run by the brothers.
In 2002 Mr Cairns used Assembly headed notepaper
to buy shares worth pounds 15,000 in Swansea-based company Network Organisation.
He further admitted breaching the publicity code by claiming the firm was regulated with the Law Society on notepaper
An Asda spokesman said: "The first letter wasn't on British Legion headed notepaper
In the self-effacing manner for which he is renowned, Sir Tristram is making no big deal of the title, to the extent that the Levy Board's current supply of headed notepaper
is being allowed to become extinguished before the relevant change is made.
The title carries no powers, no duties and no rewards, other than the use of council notepaper
and a parking space.
I was therefore rather distressed to see that the letter demanding further primary law-making powers for the Welsh Assembly was signed not by Dr Barry Morgan, but by 'The Most Reverend Dr Barry Morgan Archbishop of Wales' on Archbishop of Wales headed notepaper
funded by the contributions of Church In Wales members e-mailed from his office at our expense.
It's the exclusive and expensive notepaper
he uses that serves as an important clue in tracking Jack in Robb's (Nora Roberts) latest futuristic thriller featuring the audacious Eve, her rich and handsome husband Roarke, and Eve's intrepid assistant Peabody.
His Office of the Deputy Prime Minister - created in Premier Tony Blair's Cabinet re-shuffle - has a new logo, notepaper
, signs and website costing pounds 14,600.