Member of Parliament for South Manchester, Robert Chin, says the Integrity Commission has given him two weeks to provide financial statements for companies for which he serves as director.

Mr Chin attended a meeting at the commission’s office on Monday, after the agency made a public notice summoning his presence.

Mr Chin says he had been in touch with the commission over the last few months in relation to the requested financial statements.

Those financial statements are still outstanding.

The MP told our news centre that following Monday’s meeting, he was given until next Friday, April 5, to submit the documents.