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MPs Ann and Alan Keen claimed £137,679 over four years for their second home, a Thameside flat in Waterloo; a sum which drew the public attention in recent weeks.

The council has the power to issue an Emergency Dwelling Management Order to repossess the house and give it a new use, if nothing is heard from the Keens.

The Keens, who have been dubbed 'Mr and Mrs Expenses' by the media, claimed £40,000 for their central London flat while their 'main home' in Brentford was left empty.

Their constituency house was reported to have fallen into disrepair over the last year after a dispute between the MPs and builders

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http://www.politics.co.uk/news/legal-and-c...036;1306482.htm

MPs Ann and Alan Keen claimed £137,679 over four years for their second home, a Thameside flat in Waterloo; a sum which drew the public attention in recent weeks.

The council has the power to issue an Emergency Dwelling Management Order to repossess the house and give it a new use, if nothing is heard from the Keens.

The Keens, who have been dubbed 'Mr and Mrs Expenses' by the media, claimed £40,000 for their central London flat while their 'main home' in Brentford was left empty.

Their constituency house was reported to have fallen into disrepair over the last year after a dispute between the MPs and builders

I'm no expert on this, but I'm sure they can't repossess them.

They just have the power to put tenants in.

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