An investigation into former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is underway by the Privileges Committee over allegations that he misled Parliament over Covid rule-breaking parties held in Downing Street during lockdown.
The Committee's interim report stated that there was evidence showing that rule breaches would have been "obvious" to Johnson, who was forced to resign partly due to the affair.
The submission of evidence by Johnson has been made ahead of him being questioned by the cross-party committee in a televised session on Wednesday.
The committee will study the contents before making it public.
If found guilty of knowingly misleading MPs, Johnson could face consequences that could potentially bring his career to an end.
This includes a possible suspension of over 10 days, giving Johnson's constituents the opportunity to remove him as their MP in a by-election.
While Johnson denies misleading MPs, an initial report earlier this month found that he may have done so multiple times.