Hansard records the question:
John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many times he has met Adam Werritty
(a) in total and
(b) in his Department’s main building since May 2010. 
Dr Fox [holding answer 13 September 2011]: I have met Mr Werritty 14 times at the Ministry of Defence Main Building over the last 16 months but not in an official capacity.
John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence on how many occasions Adam Werritty has travelled with him on overseas visits since May 2010. 
Dr Fox [holding answer 13 September 2011]: Mr Werritty is not an employee of the Ministry of Defence and has, therefore, not travelled with me on any official overseas visits.
That answer could be described as literally correct, but Adam Werrity was in Dr Fox’s ‘entourage’ when he met senior Sri Lankan ministers during an official visit to Sri Lanka in July.
Although he has no formal government role, Werrity is said to carry a business card embossed with a House of Commons portcullis logo that describe him as an “adviser to Rt Hon Dr Fox MP”.
It is alleged that when Fox became shadow defence secretary from 2005 Werrity ran a “security company” and accompanied Fox on high profile meetings to the US, the Middle East and Sri Lanka. The Guardian reports that he was also involved in a health company while Fox was shadow health secretary.
Though Mr Werrity is seen in a group photograph [Guardian], the MoD has denied that Werritty was there and insisted he did not accompany Fox during any official meetings.
Atlantic Bridge: dissolved after a critical report from the Charities Commission
Fox and Werrity served on the executive board of Atlantic Bridge, an alliance of UK & US ‘like-minded conservatives’. This organisation has featured in many reports on the Fox-Werrity issue and is described on the Powerbase website. This is reported to have been dissolved as a charity on September 31 in the light of a critical report from the Charities Commission.
The Press Association reports that the Ministry of Defence has confirmed that Dr Fox has asked his most senior official, Permanent Secretary Ursula Brennan, to look into what he describes as “baseless allegations” concerning Adam Werritty.