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Crooks Outraged, Made To Feel Like Politicians

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Burglars and robbers are outraged that a list of things they have stolen from innocent people is due to be published.

One burglar from West Lavington said "This is ridiculous! I'm a hard working decent family burglar and by publishing this list they are making me out to be nothing more than a politician!"

A robber from Scunthorpe said he particularly resented the intrusion "Its hard work being a burglar and I need all those iPods and mobiles to sell on eBay so I can furnish my second home. With this new rule coming in, it makes out like us robbers are worse than cabinet ministers or summink"

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Michael Martin, the Speaker himself, recently came under attack after it emerged he claimed

more than £75,000 under the ACA scheme despite not having a mortgage on his second

home and that his wife Mary had claimed more than £4000 in taxi fares.


Mr Martin, who is investigating MPs' allowances, allowed officials to shred all

claim forms and receipts up to April 2005.

Files containing details of expenses claims worth millions of pounds have been

shredded - which means any evidence of any wrong-doing over the years will

never be exposed. Parliamentary officials said the destruction of documents was "routine".



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