Baroness Warsi, the Conservative Party chairman, faces fresh questions over her business partner.
By Jason Lewis, Investigations Editor
9:00PM BST 09 Jun 2012
The peer is under investigation over her undeclared links to Abid Hussain, a relative by marriage with whom she is involved in a catering business.
However, there were calls last week for the inquiry, ordered by David Cameron, the Prime Minister, to be widened after Mr Hussain admitted that he had been involved in Hizb ut-Tahrir, a radical Islamist party that the Conservatives had pledged to ban.
In his first public statement, Mr Hussain said that he had attended its meetings, although he said he had never been a “member”, and had not told Lady Warsi about his involvement.
She has previously said she was unaware of his activities.
There were also questions over one of the trips to Pakistan by Lady Warsi on which she was accompanied by Mr Hussain.