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Some MPs were furious last night. John Spellar, Labour MP for Warley, and a supporter of the Speaker, said last night: "This decision is absurd and ridiculous. It will end with people writing about how much MPs are paying for a pint of milk.

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I did'nt realise that milk had suddenly gone up to £50!

These politicians cannot be blamed for resisting being made accountable - they have after all been nose deep in trough for many years at our expense.

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Some MPs were furious last night. John Spellar, Labour MP for Warley, and a supporter of the Speaker, said last night: "This decision is absurd and ridiculous. It will end with people writing about how much MPs are paying for a pint of milk.

Sounds fair. After all, Labour MPs don't seem to be affected by inflation like the rest of us.

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John Spellar, Labour MP for Warley, and a supporter of the Speaker, said last night: "This decision is absurd and ridiculous. It will end with people writing about how much MPs are paying for a pint of milk.

"It is also downright dangerous if MPs' addresses are to be revealed. It could put the MP and their families at risk, not just from terrorists but from disturbed constituents."

Funny how they can lose 25 million peoples details and open them up to fraud and then cry foul when they are themselves exposed legitimatley for fraud - funny old world eh!

HAL

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"It is also downright dangerous if MPs' addresses are to be revealed. It could put the MP and their families at risk, not just from terrorists but from disturbed constituents."

This would imply that MP's weren't already on the electoral register? I find that very hard to believe.

These f@#kers with their snouts in the trough are finally going to be exposed and not a moment too soon in own personal opinion.

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if they did less to disturb their constituents, then surely it wouldn't matter if their constituents knew where they live

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Do they have to pay capital gains on their second residence?

Is this why so many of the thieving scumbags declare their London home as their main residence and their constituency home (where their wife and kids live) as a secondary residence? So the London flat goes up from 400k to a million and they pay no capital gains tax while the constutuency home goes up from 400k to 500k and they pay bugger all tax on that.

They should have their noses cut off to avoid them getting them in the trough.

The ones that have to have a second home in London because their constituency is far from London should stay in a dormitory provided by the House of Commons. Or, of course, they could sleep in the chamber ... no, hold on, most of them do that already. What do they need a London address for?

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John Spellar, Labour MP for Warley, and a supporter of the Speaker, said last night: "This decision is absurd and ridiculous. It will end with people writing about how much MPs are paying for a pint of milk.

"It is also downright dangerous if MPs' addresses are to be revealed. It could put the MP and their families at risk, not just from terrorists but from disturbed constituents."

It's alright John, I am given to understand that if you've got nothing to hide there is nothing to worry about in such matters.

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It's alright John, I am given to understand that if you've got nothing to hide there is nothing to worry about in such matters.

LOL!!!! Spot on.

They do seem to forget that claiming expenses to line their own pockets is stealing from the public.

It is time to jail those MP's who have commited fraud.

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John Spellar, Labour MP for Warley, and a supporter of the Speaker, said last night: "This decision is absurd and ridiculous. It will end with people writing about how much MPs are paying for a pint of milk.

"It is also downright dangerous if MPs' addresses are to be revealed. It could put the MP and their families at risk, not just from terrorists but from disturbed constituents."

Funny how they can lose 25 million peoples details and open them up to fraud and then cry foul when they are themselves exposed legitimatley for fraud - funny old world eh!

HAL

Why the feck are we having to pay for MPs milk ?

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