Question: Request for details of all hospitality received by Andy Burnham from terrestrial broadcasters (BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Five) since he became Culture secretary. What the hospitality entailed (eg tickets to Bafta awards or Wimbildon finals), the date on which it was received and the estimated value of hospitality. Case Number 104912
If a Minister accepts hospitality, the Minister should notify their Permanent Secretary and it should be declared in the Register of Members' or Peers' Interests. Registration of hospitality would normally be required for hospitality over £600 in value for the Commons and £100 for the Lords. These Registers are held in the Library of the House of Commons.
Following a search of our records, we can confirm that the Department for Culture, Media and Sport holds no record of the Secretary of State receiving hospitality from terrestrial broadcasters.