Romania’s Calin Huma is one of the East Europeans that worked for British MP Mike Hancock. The latter’s assistant, Russia’s Ekaterina Zatuliveter, was arrested last week following an MI5 investigation that lasted six months, ‘Sunday Telegraph’ informs, being quoted by Realitatea.net. ‘Sunday Telegraph’ discovered that the 25-year-old Russian who has been ordered to leave the country on national security grounds is one of the at least six immigrants – a part of which are from former Eastern bloc countries – that worked for Hancock since he became MP in 1997. Huma was one of them, working as a volunteer for the Liberal Democrat Party shortly after graduating Southampton University in 1999. He collaborated with Hancock for two years, both in the House of Commons and in his Portsmouth constituency. At the same time he set up the Anglo-Romanian Consultancy, a company that was trying to intermediate contracts between the two countries. The company never filed a fiscal report and was struck off in 2006. Nevertheless, Huma continued to be active in this line of work, being an advisor on international trade and a political consultant.