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If this is a legitimate way of getting rid of an MP it would be interesting to see the result of a petition to get rid of Tony Blair for bringing not only Parliament but the country into disrepute.
A spokesman said: "The Standards Board for England can confirm that a report of its ethical standards officer's investigation into allegations that the Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, failed to treat others with respect and brought his authority into disrepute has been issued today.
He said: ``You could argue that if FIFA have seen that they might think it's bringing the game into disrepute.
The Bishop of Llandaff the Rt Rev Barry Morgan, who chairs the standards committee, told Mr Scherer: ``We ask you to make a statement to the next full council acknowledging what happened has brought the council into disrepute and apologise for that.
They risk bringing the honours system into disrepute.
Someone has lodged a complaint suggesting that Scott's lifestyle is bringing the church into disrepute.
I don't think I brought the game into disrepute by what I said.
Having led a sit-in dressing room protest at the five-run punishment and switch of match ball, refusing twice to take the field after tea ( actions which led to the first forfeiture in 129 years of Test cricket ( Inzamam had a disrepute charge slapped on him.
Hussein was found guilty of bringing the game into disrepute for his involvement in a scuffle with Swainson after a verbal disagreement.
SNOOKER star Jimmy White said he would never do anything that brought his sport into disrepute after being arrested on suspicion of possessing a Class A drug.
A BBBofC statement read: "Mr Ricky Hatton MBE was legally represented at a hearing held by the stewards of the British Boxing Board of Control on Wednesday, 22nd September 2010 to answer charges of bringing boxing into disrepute arising out of incidents of alcohol and drug abuse by him which had been reported widely across the media.
At a stroke Bruce brought the man-of-the-match vote, a healthy punting medium, into disrepute; he has brought TV punditry into disrepute; above all he has brought noses into disrepute.