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  1. One third of all MPs have BTL properties. Let's crowd-source and find out what they have. If we can find the actual properties they own, we can see if/when they sell. If the data becomes really juicy, I'll create a spreadsheet for easier searching. Here are a few for starters: Ex-MP criminal Chris Huhne (Lib-Dem): "...owns seven houses, five purchased as investment rental properties and two in which he lives." (May be less now after conviction and divorce). Holding company could be this one. Emily Thornberry (Lab): At least one James Clappison (Con): 26 properties Bob Blackman (Con): 6 properties Caroline Spelman (Con): At least 4 Mike Freer (Con): "...renting out two properties to them (on top of his other properties in south-west France and Dumfriesshire.." Jake Berry (Con): "..commercial property and a flat in Liverpool, and two houses in North Wales." Robert Goodwill (Con): "...a farm, three industrial units, four rented houses in Teesside, a development property in Yorkshire "which is under renovation with a view to letting", and of course a flat in London." David Tredinnick (Con): Director of Malden Mitcham Properties (family property and investment company). Address: 6th floor, 25 Farringdon St, London EC4A 4AB. Nadhim Zahawi (Con): "...residential property and 31 acres of land in Warwickshire with stables run as a livery yard", as well as the obligatory "residential buy-to-let property in London, divided into three flats" David Lammy (Lab): A rental income of over £10,000 a year from residential property in Tottenham I will flesh out this (London-centric) list, from here in due course. Help much appreciated. The full list of London MPs who are residential landlords is: Rushanara Ali (Labour, Bethnal Green and Bow) James Berry (Conservative, Kingston and Surbiton) Ruth Cadbury (Labour, Brentford and Isleworth) Jane Ellison (Conservative, Battersea) Mike Freer (Conservative, Finchley and Golders Green) Meg Hillier (Labour, Hackney South and Shoreditch) Nick Hurd (Conservative, Ruislip-Northwood and Pinner) Jo Johnson (Conservative, Orpington) Seema Malhotra (Labour, Feltham and Heston) Tania Mathias (Conservative, Twickenham) Bob Neill (Conservative, Bromley and Chislehurst) Joan Ryan (Labour, Enfield North) Gareth Thomas (Labour, Harrow West) Emily Thornberry (Labour, Islington South and Finsbury) Theresa Villiers (Conservative, Chipping Barnet) Other MPs who let residential property in London are: John Baron (Conservative, Basildon and Billericay) Richard Benyon (Conservative, Newbury) John Bercow (Conservative, Buckingham) Clive Betts (Labour, Sheffield South East) Andy Burnham (Labour, Leigh) David Cameron (Conservative, Witney) Douglas Carswell (UKIP, Clacton) Alex Chalk (Conservative, Cheltenham) James Cleverly (Conservative, Braintree) Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Conservative, The Cotswolds) Damian Collins (Conservative, Folkstone and Hythe) David Crausby (Labour, Bolton North) Geraint Davies (Labour, Swansea West) Philip Davies (Conservative, Shipley) Richard Drax (Conservative, South Dorset) James Duddridge (Conservative, Rochford and Southend East) Alan Duncan (Conservative, Rutland and Melton) Philip Dunne (Conservative, Ludlow) George Eustice (Conservative, Camborne and Redruth) Liam Fox (Conservative, North Somerset) John Glen (Conservative, Salisbury) James Gray (Conservative, North Wiltshire) Chris Grayling (Conservative, Epsom and Ewell) Dominic Grieve (Conservative, Beaconsfield) John Hayes (Conservative, South Holland and The Deepings) James Heappey (Conservative, Wells) Philip Hollobone (Conservative, Kettering) Jeremy Hunt (Conservative, South West Surrey) Stewart Jackson (Conservative, Peterborough) Sajid Javid (Conservative, Bromsgrove) Bernard Jenkin (Conservative, Harwich and North Essex) Greg Knight (Conservative, East Yorkshire) Norman Lamb (Liberal Democrat, North Norfolk) Chris Leslie (Labour, Nottingham East) Oliver Letwin (Conservative, West Dorset) Julian Lewis (Conservative, New Forest East) Angus MacNeil (Scottish National Party, Na h-Eileanan an Iar) Alasdair McDonnell (SDLP, Belfast South) Michael Meacher (Labour, Oldham West) Madeleine Moon (Labour, Bridgend) Anne-Marie Morris (Conservative, Newton Abbot) John Nicolson (Scottish National Party, East Dumbartonshire) George Osborne (Conservative, Tatton) Owen Paterson (Conservative, North Shropshire) Jeremy Quinn (Conservative, Horsham) Jacob Rees-Mogg (Conservative, North East Somerset) Laurence Robertson (Conservative, Tewkesbury) Antoinette Sandbach (Conservative, Eddisbury) Andrew Smith (Labour, Oxford East) Julian Smith (Conservative, Skipton and Ripon) Desmond Swayne (Conservative, New Forest West) Anne-Marie Trevelyan (Conservative, Berwick upon Tweed) Andrew Turner (Conservative, Isle of Wight) Shailesh Vara (Conservative, North West Cambridgeshire) Keith Vaz (Labour, Leicester East) Ben Wallace (Conservative, Wyre and Preston North) John Whittingdale (Conservative, Maldon)
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