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Mps' Expenses: £3.2M Bill For First Two Months Of 2011

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http://www.telegraph...hs-of-2011.html

mong other high-profile MPs to have claims rejected were shadow education secretary Andy Burnham who wanted more than £250 in train fares from his constituency and former Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell who was denied reimbursement of a £286 air fare from London to Scotland. Both were ruled out on the basis of "insufficient evidence" - the same reason given to Lib Dem deputy leader Simon Hughes over a £50 cleaning bill.

just put it all on the state card.

£175: Julie Kirkbride (Con, Bromsgrove) claimed for a Samuel Heath Curzon extending shaving mirror from John Lewis wtf a woman with a shaving mirror

£2,300: Crispin Blunt (Con, Reigate) claimed for 'brickwork' including work on his 'water wheel structure' and terracotta fireplace

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Hmmmm..... A touch over 650 MPs so that's just under £5,000 each or on course for £30,000 p/a pro-rata.

Not too bad when you consider it includes staff, the cost of running a second home, the cost of running an office, travel and subsistence etc.

Non-story.

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Hmmmm..... A touch over 650 MPs so that's just under £5,000 each or on course for £30,000 p/a pro-rata.

Not too bad when you consider it includes staff, the cost of running a second home, the cost of running an office, travel and subsistence etc.

Non-story.

How the hell is it a non story, since when was a 'shaving mirror' a nessessary (I don't even know what the fvck that is so clearly it's unnessessary IMPO) business expense FFS!!!

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