Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff has denied any wrongdoing in connection with Labour’s ‘Battlebus’ expenses.

Miss Sherriff was named by top political blogger Guido Fawkes as one of several Labour MPs he alleged had not declared their expenses correctly during the 2015 General Election campaign.

Labour’s Express battle bus visited Dewsbury on March 7 last year and Deputy Leader Harriet Harman’s famous pink ‘Woman to Woman’ bus also came to the constituency ten days later to support her and Batley MP Jo Cox.

Electoral Commission laws say part of the cost should be declared by the constituency’s MP.

It says:“If a battle bus promotes both the local candidate and national policies, then a portion of the cost of that bus should be allocated towards the candidate’s spending limit and a portion towards the party’s national spending limit.”

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Expenses for Miss Sherriff’s election campaign show £0 in the transport category.

But the MP denied any mistake.

A Labour spokesperson said: “Labour is clear that the ‘Labour Express’ and the Deputy Leader’s tour during the General Election campaign were part of a nationally branded tour.

“As such, the transport costs are rightly national spend.

“Labour’s spending is within the law and the rules set out by the Electoral Commission.”

Meanwhile 11 police forces are investigating claims of election expenses irregularities by the Conservative party.