The Conservative Party says its co-chairman Baroness Warsi has been cleared of allegations she wrongly claimed Parliamentary expenses.
Baroness Warsi's claims were probed by the Lord Commissioner for Standards.
It was alleged that in 2008 she claimed overnight expenses for staying in London while living rent-free.
Last month she was cleared of a breach of the ministerial code after being accompanied by a business associate on an official visit to Pakistan.
In a statement, Lady Warsi said she was "delighted" to draw a line under the matter.
Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "pleased" the allegations had been dismissed and it cleared the way for Lady Warsi to lead the Tory campaign for the election of police and crime commissioners later this year.