Former government Energy Secretary Chris Huhne speaks to the media outside Southwark Crown Court in London Monday Feb. 4, 2013, after he pleaded guilty to the charge of obstruction of justice for persuading his then wife Vicky Pryce to say she had been driving the car, so he could avoid a driving ban. Member of Parliament Huhne resigned from the cabinet after the Crown Prosecution Service announced that he and Pryce would face charges, and told reporters outside court on Monday that he would be resigning from his parliamentary seat.(AP Photo/Sang Tan)

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Former government Energy Secretary Chris Huhne speaks to the media outside Southwark Crown Court in London Monday Feb. 4, 2013, after he pleaded guilty to the charge of obstruction of justice for persuading his then wife Vicky Pryce to say she had been driving the car, so he could avoid a driving ban.  Member of Parliament Huhne resigned from the cabinet after the Crown Prosecution Service announced that he and Pryce would face charges, and told reporters outside court on Monday that he would be resigning from his parliamentary seat.(AP Photo/Sang Tan)
Former government Energy Secretary Chris Huhne speaks to the media outside Southwark Crown Court in London Monday Feb. 4, 2013, after he pleaded guilty to the charge of obstruction of justice for persuading his then wife Vicky Pryce to say she had been driving the car, so he could avoid a driving ban. Member of Parliament Huhne resigned from the cabinet after the Crown Prosecution Service announced that he and Pryce would face charges, and told reporters outside court on Monday that he would be resigning from his parliamentary seat.(AP Photo/Sang Tan)
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