Tickets to the Wimbledon Championships were among the free activities MPs enjoyed this year, according to the latest register of interests.

Commons Speaker John Bercow received two tickets for the Royal Box at Wimbledon, worth an estimated £8,590.

Labour deputy leader Tom Watson attended the event with a considerably cheaper pair of tickets, as part of a package worth £302.

MPs registered tickets to various other sporting and entertainment events in the latest update, including Glastonbury, Royal Ascot, the League One play-offs and the British Grand Prix.

Tories Damian Collins, Steve Brine and Nigel Adams were all sent to Glastonbury courtesy of the Performing Rights Society for Music, with tickets and accommodation costing more than £1,000 apiece

Conservative MP Philip Davies received tickets to a whole host of sporting events - Coral and William Hill supplied Mr Davies with three tickets to Royal Ascot, with a combined value of £1,400 and two tickets to Coral Eclipse at Sandown. Skybet also set the MP up with two tickets to Cheltenham.

Skybet also gave Mr Davies tickets to attend the League One play-offs, worth £225.

Prime Minister Theresa May was given a discount card from shoe retailer Russell & Bromley - a brand she is known for wearing at Tory party conferences.

MPs are required to declare any financial interest which "others might reasonably consider to influence his or her actions or words as a member of Parliament" within 28 days.