A man commits an unethical act in an attempt to save his daughter's life. Three years later, his actions return to haunt him.
labour says the timing of increases "cash for favours" suspicion - But Mr Jenrick, he insists it has done nothing wrong.
The Conservatives' 80 seat majority means that the work is unlikely to win the vote.
Business Secretary Alok Sharma BBC Radio 4 Yesterday said program Mr Jenrick had "acted with all propriety" and, as his colleagues have already had questions about, he answered in The Commons "this should be The End of The Matter ".
But Wednesday's Commons debate, secured by work, to give MPs a chance to ask questions about the West ferry development.
labour says the timing of the decision to the approval of the Scheme - just A Day before a new community infrastructure levy came into Force - would have saved, Mr. Desmond, Northern and Shell companies up to £50m.
later turned out to be Mr Jenrick had sat next to Mr Desmond to a Conservative Party fundraising dinner in November 2019.
work, says Mr Jenrick also his advisers overruled, to reduce the amount of affordable housing required, the development, the potentially Mr save Desmond a Further £106.The planned development is in London's Docklands
Mr Jenrick was a decision challenged by Tower Hamlets Council, forced The Secretary of state and say what he did was "unlawful, due to the obvious bias".
the members of the Council asked The High Court to the government for the disclosure of E-Mails and memos about the offer.
Rather than do this, Mr Jenrick, the lawyers conceded the timing of his decision "would lead the fair-minded and informed observer to conclude that it is biased is a real possibility," he said.
the defense of his actions in The Commons earlier this month, Mr Jenrick said it was not reaching "unusual" for The Secretary of state to a different conclusion from the councils or planning inspectors, The Most "controversial" applications.'Illegal decision"
He told MPs Mr Desmond had tried to increase the control with him during dinner, But that he had told the business man he could not discuss.
Mr Desmond did not respond to BBC requests for a comment.
Mr Reed said: "The Secretary of state has admitted that he knew that his illegal, unilateral decision-making would bypass to authorize Richard Desmond property, save the Conservative Party donor, up to £150, But there are still far too many unanswered questions left. "
He added that, if Mr Jenrick "has nothing to hide, then he has nothing to fear from the publication of these documents".
Labour and the Liberal Democrats , the UK's top civil servant, Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark have written Sedwill, to investigate, to ask him the ministerial code, whether Mr Jenrick broke.