DISGRACED MP Fiona Onasanya will reportedly be freed today after less than a month in jail — and could sit in Parliament with an ankle tag.
The politician, 35, has spent just 28 days behind bars for lying to dodge a speeding ticket.
PA:Press Association/PA Images MP Fiona Onasanya could return to Parliament for Brexit talks after spending less than a month in prison
She is set to be freed from HMP Bronzefield in Surrey under an early-release scheme.
The ex-solicitor, who has refused to resign her Peterborough seat, could return to Parliament for tomorrow’s Brexit vote.
She must wear a tag and obey a curfew but will otherwise be free, the Daily Mail reported.
Labour expelled Onasanya following her conviction for perverting justice but she still picked up her £77,000 pay in jail.
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She also launched an appeal after being given a three-month sentence last month.
The Ministry of Justice refused to comment last night.
Expelled Labour MP Fiona Onasanya arrives at court before being jailed for three months over speeding fine lies