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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/8071174/Three-peers-face-suspension-over-200000-expense-claims.html

About time.

This lady has a family mansion in Bangladesh, while living in HA subsidised housing in London. She is to repay £125K. It is alleged she doesn't have the money to repay.

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Seems to confirm the story about the HA subsidised flat but is lacking in evidence as to the Mansion in Bangladesh

Reading all that how was this women elevated to the Lords? What exactly has she done?

New Labour looking after their mates? In the interests of promoting multiculturalism and diversity no doubt.

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Seems to confirm the story about the HA subsidised flat but is lacking in evidence as to the Mansion in Bangladesh

Reading all that how was this women elevated to the Lords? What exactly has she done?

New Labour looking after their mates? In the interests of promoting multiculturalism and diversity no doubt.

Here's the mansion details.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article6301734.ece

One of Blair's babes. Along with Smith, blears, Moran, Follett etc

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I too condemn such behaviour. We have let democratic power become (not for the first time) a passport to easy money.

However, let's remember that all of the parties are tainted with this cheating. Lord Taylor?, and cash for questions is not a distant memory.

Baroness Warsi is not involved in the money grubbing, but she too, is frightful by any standard.

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http://www.parliament.uk/documents/commons/lib/research/briefings/snpc-05148.pdf

Don't suspend these spivs from the Lords. Expel them!

Oh. I forgot. The link is to the document that says expulsion was to be made possible in a Bill going through at the end of the Brown Parliament.

The expulsion clauses* were removed at the last minute, when almost everyone had gone home.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

*3.7

Wash-up

The Bill was awaiting its Committee stage in the House of Lords when the General Election was called. It was therefore considered as part of the ‘wash-up’ during the last sitting week of the 2005-10 Parliament. Its Committee stage and remaining stages in the Lords were taken on 7 April 2010. The clauses on resignation, suspension and expulsion from the House of Lords were amongst those removed from the Bill, as were those to end the by-elections for hereditary peers.

Lord Strathclyde, Leader of the Conservatives in the House of Lords, explained that he knew that there was concern about the clauses on expulsion and suspension from the second chamber, but that:

It is not vital that it should be passed today. If we are the next Government, we will certainly wish to find an early opportunity to put this right.54

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I too condemn such behaviour. We have let democratic power become (not for the first time) a passport to easy money.

However, let's remember that all of the parties are tainted with this cheating. Lord Taylor?, and cash for questions is not a distant memory.

Baroness Warsi is not involved in the money grubbing, but she too, is frightful by any standard.

What democratic mandate to power do "baronesses" Uddin or Warsi have? They are only there because they could not get democratically elected in a million years.

Time for an elected House of Lords, to stop this sham.

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Lords claim £300 a day 'expenses'; tax free and no receipts required. Two thirds of them claim the maximum.

One being investigated said 'I deserve far more than that..'

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article2852992.ece

Pass the sick bag.,..

...why is Osbourne not hitting the House of Lords ...this is waste ...and is in the wrong direction for democracy ....get rid ... <_<

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http://www.parliament.uk/documents/commons/lib/research/briefings/snpc-05148.pdf

Don't suspend these spivs from the Lords. Expel them!

Oh. I forgot. The link is to the document that says expulsion was to be made possible in a Bill going through at the end of the Brown Parliament.

The expulsion clauses* were removed at the last minute, when almost everyone had gone home.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

*3.7

Wash-up

The Bill was awaiting its Committee stage in the House of Lords when the General Election was called. It was therefore considered as part of the ‘wash-up’ during the last sitting week of the 2005-10 Parliament. Its Committee stage and remaining stages in the Lords were taken on 7 April 2010. The clauses on resignation, suspension and expulsion from the House of Lords were amongst those removed from the Bill, as were those to end the by-elections for hereditary peers.

Lord Strathclyde, Leader of the Conservatives in the House of Lords, explained that he knew that there was concern about the clauses on expulsion and suspension from the second chamber, but that:

It is not vital that it should be passed today. If we are the next Government, we will certainly wish to find an early opportunity to put this right.54

Very good. Love it.

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http://www.telegraph...nse-claims.html

About time.

This lady has a family mansion in Bangladesh, while living in HA subsidised housing in London. She is to repay £125K. It is alleged she doesn't have the money to repay.

Remove the head of the corrupt bitch and impale it on the railings of westminster as a warning to others

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What democratic mandate to power do "baronesses" Uddin or Warsi have? They are only there because they could not get democratically elected in a million years.

Time for an elected House of Lords, to stop this sham.

Agreed. Time for an elected second chamber and a reformed honours system.

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All three are Asian. Apparently its racism.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/8078476/Expenses-peers-expenses-cheats-were-victims-of-racism.html

During the debate, Lord Alli, a multi-millionaire media entrepreneur and, argued that the suspensions should not be imposed because the peers were the victim of racial bias.

Saying that he was not accusing the committee itself of racism, he went on: “But it cannot have escaped your attention that the only three members of the House who were referred to the Committee for Privileges and Conduct and subsequently investigated under these procedures were all Asian.

"In the rush to apologise for the expense system for which we should all be embarrassed, it should not be at the cost of justice or fairness for all regardless of race."

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Reading all that how was this women elevated to the Lords? What exactly has she done?

One may well also ask why Catherine Ashton was thrown into the House of Upmarket Clowns finally ending up as the highest paid woman in politics as Rumpy Pumpy`s right hand man ( sorry must be PC "woman" )in the Soviet Socialist State known as the EU.

The political mugging goes on and on. :rolleyes:

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