Thursday, November 4, 2010

Does your MP have any VIs?

Keeping Tabs on the UK's parliaments and Assemblies

This is shamelessly plagiarised from the forum. Not entirely HPC-linked however it will list how many (where relevant) properties your MP is generating money from; as well as - ahem - donations from 'concerned' local businesses. If I had the time and inclination, i'd be tempted to knock up a list of every MP in England and how many of those own multiple properties.

Posted by sibley's b'stard child @ 09:53 AM (792 views)
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2 thoughts on “Does your MP have any VIs?

  • Steady on!
    Surely you’re not suggesting that an MP would feel swayed in a voting decision based on what he/she stands to gain/lose financially from the decision?
    If that were true then surely they would have a register to record their interests and those of their spouses!!
    Lucky it is the neutral Bank of England and not the MPs who call the shots on interest rates!


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  • sibley's b'stard child says:

    Sadly, I started trawling through the MPs alphabetically in my lunch break and managed to get as far as ‘B’. Surprisingly, only around half have declared one or more properties from which they receive rental income.

    Obviously, there is no inference that MPs benefit from the housing Ponzi scheme; none whatsoever. Hope that clears that up Mike?

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