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#1
http://msn.shoothill.com/

Unfortunately it doesn't list specific claim details like that in the Telegraph

To find your local MP and write to them click below:
http://findyourmp.parliament.uk/
banned#2
I just dont get it. The guy in my constituency makes a big play on the fact he is a local - and we are just a 30 minute train journey away from Westminster.

Why the hell does he need to claim £20Kpa for a second home? Luxury Villa in Spain perhaps?
#3
have you written asking why? guv



i am waiting on our mp to reply to mine - i want to know how her office expenses are 90k+ when local office is only open 2 hrs a week - i also asked what salaries and are there any family members on payroll.....i will find out ... eventually
#4
Constituency: Lancaster and Wyre
MP: Wallace, Mr Ben
Party: CON
Expenses
Second Home: £23,083
London Supplement: £0
Office: £20,607
Staffing: £90,825
Stationery: £619
IT Provision: £939
Staff Cover: £9,512
Communication: £9,749
Travel: £17,924
Total Expenses: £175,523
#5
Constituency: Gedling
MP: Coaker, Mr Vernon
Party: LAB
Expenses
Second Home: £12,404
London Supplement: £0
Office: £24,011
Staffing: £86,929
Stationery: £1,380
IT Provision: £1,196
Staff Cover: £0
Communication: £9,803
Travel: £9,135
Total Expenses: £148,767
#6
My MP's been in office for over 20yrs!

Constituency: Truro and St Austell
MP: Taylor, Matthew
Party: LD
Expenses
Second Home: £23,083
London Supplement: £0
Office: £21,297
Staffing: £87,392
Stationery: £919
IT Provision: £1,156
Staff Cover: £1,869
Communication: £9,223
Travel: £13,755

Total Expenses: £162,040 + Wages for 20 Years = 4-5 million!?
#7
To find your local MP and write to them click below:
http://findyourmp.parliament.uk/

Personally this makes alot of sense to me, MPs getting to claim what they like, when they like, any inconvenience of having to trep down to London for their Parliamentary duties being like a mini holiday living in luxury.

The entire system is setup as a gentlemans club living off the taxpayer.

The Australian/New Zealand system seems interesting, massive block of flats opposite the Houses of Government all costs properly capped (none of this John Lewis business) and any rent comes straight from Gov and does NOT go through any MPs.

No major costs such as these should have monies passing through the claimant in the 1st place. Bypass them alltogether imo.
#8
Trouble is schizoboy, If you put all the MP's in one Block, it would make it easy for terrorists to kill them all in one go.







:prop:








Now, where's an Estate Agent when you need one!
#9
Oh well, better keep letting them do it then. :thumbsup:
#10
dcx_badass;5277522
Who cares, you'd all do exactly the same if you could, bunch of hypocrites.


Of course we would, I don't think the issue is that we're so much superior to the MPs

The issue is that the MPs were not properly held accountable like any normal employee would be to their company when it comes to expenses and allowances. And as such took liberties, which as you said, we'd all do the same.

Unfortunately the MPs are using taxpayer money on an old and corrupt system.

I have and will criticise this old and bad system without being a hypocrite.
#11
splatsplatsplat;5277442
Trouble is schizoboy, If you put all the MP's in one Block, it would make it easy for terrorists to kill them all in one go.
:prop:
Now, where's an Estate Agent when you need one!


The Gov is apprantely printing money to buy assets off banks so that the banks have more money to lend etc.

They can surely buy a nice large residential block within 10minutes of parliament for all 600+ MPs to use. Any staff should never ever be family, offices should never ever be at home or be related to any family whatsoever. pretty simple.

I'd love to know how other countries deal with this.
banned#12
My local MP has published his expenses fully on his website for the past 5 years.

He gets a bit angry at his colleagues here:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/5319553/Right-to-reply-John-Mann-MP-for-Bassetlaw.html
#13
vibeone;5278402
My local MP has published his expenses fully on his website for the past 5 years.

He gets a bit angry at his colleagues here:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/5319553/Right-to-reply-John-Mann-MP-for-Bassetlaw.html


I imagine any MP with the slightest bit of public savvy would of published their expenses before this exploded, but more importantly, publishing the details themselves alongside the reasons for those claims which the Telegraph did not have meaning people jumped to all sorts of conclusions where no wrongdoing really occured.

The uber bad apples seem to be have quit, there will be a nice slew of by-elections soon as a result, but theres still quite a few left
banned#14
dcx_badass
Who cares, you'd all do exactly the same if you could, bunch of hypocrites.


I wouldn't.
#15
I wouldn't either.

Constituency: Cornwall North
MP: Rogerson, Dan
Party: LD
Expenses
Second Home: £22,931
London Supplement: £0
Office: £13,432
Staffing: £87,905
Stationery: £754
IT Provision: £966
Staff Cover: £305
Communication: £9,780
Travel: £12,681
Total Expenses: £150,809

The only way forwards is for the constituency to have an office staffed by civil servants and for MP's to only be allowed to rent a second home, for a kick off..
#16
chesso
I wouldn't either.

Constituency: Cornwall North
MP: Rogerson, Dan
Party: LD
Expenses
Second Home: £22,931
London Supplement: £0
Office: £13,432
Staffing: £87,905
Stationery: £754
IT Provision: £966
Staff Cover: £305
Communication: £9,780
Travel: £12,681
Total Expenses: £150,809

The only way forwards is for the constituency to have an office staffed by civil servants and for MP's to only be allowed to rent a second home, for a kick off..


Yeah but then they would buy the property in familys name and rent it off themselves for inflated price!! I think it needs to be a system where the property is bought and maintained by an office specifically for the purpose(acting like a letting agent in effect), I like the idea of an apartment block but understand the terrorist threat, so maybe houses/apartments bought scattered around.
#17
kidcat
Yeah but then they would buy the property in familys name and rent it off themselves for inflated price!! I think it needs to be a system where the property is bought and maintained by an office specifically for the purpose(acting like a letting agent in effect), I like the idea of an apartment block but understand the terrorist threat, so maybe houses/apartments bought scattered around.


Good points.
Isn't it a dreadful state that we've reached when we expect our MPs to behave in such a perfidious way?
The problem I see with state/gov appartments is that they'll start doing them up like they do the present offices with hand-made embossed wall paper and so on.
#18
vinylandtrinkets;5280129
right guys how do you find out what your local MP has spent?? love to know this as our local MP spends more time in Iraq then she does in RCT


[url]www.telegraph.co.uk[/url] ?
#19
Constituency: Brentwood and Ongar
MP: Pickles, Mr Eric
Party: CON
Expenses
Second Home: £13,689
London Supplement: £0
Office: £16,579
Staffing: £88,892
Stationery: £496
IT Provision: £1,146
Staff Cover: £0
Communication: £9,944
Travel: £4,502

Total Expenses: £135,829
#20
Constituency: East Antrim
MP: Wilson, Sammy
Party: DUP
Expenses
Second Home: £14,557
London Supplement: £0
Office: £19,154
Staffing: £88,089
Stationery: £631
IT Provision: £1,355
Staff Cover: £0
Communication: £9,931
Travel: £20,975
20,000 copies of Sammy's Big Book O' Laffs - by Samuel Wilson: £10,000

Total Expenses: £166,932
banned#21
schizoboy
I imagine any MP with the slightest bit of public savvy would of published their expenses before this exploded, but more importantly, publishing the details themselves alongside the reasons for those claims which the Telegraph did not have meaning people jumped to all sorts of conclusions where no wrongdoing really occured.

The uber bad apples seem to be have quit, there will be a nice slew of by-elections soon as a result, but theres still quite a few left


Yeah... annoyingly the MP I'm talking about is John Mann - labour candidate for Bassetlaw. Annoying because theres no way I can vote labour next time round. Its local vs bigger picture. No more Gordon Brown for me.
banned#22
dcx_badass
Who cares, you'd all do exactly the same if you could, bunch of hypocrites.


I don't know if everyone would, but there's a certain amount of hypocrisy surrounding this whole thing.
#23
I remember interviewing Elliott Morley for a Journalist course at college 12 years ago. I always thought there was something fishy about him as he didn't wear any socks. Maybe he wasn't aware you could claim for them on expenses?

(He's the one that was claiming expenses for his mortgage after it had been paid off)
#24
Sounds plausible actually, If he forgets to put socks on, he's equally on target to forget the mortgage.

I have a son like that, he might be a Politician one day!
#25
vibeone
Yeah... annoyingly the MP I'm talking about is John Mann - labour candidate for Bassetlaw. Annoying because theres no way I can vote labour next time round. Its local vs bigger picture. No more Gordon Brown for me.


Yeah, I agree mate. In the grander scheme, you have to lodge the protest vote no matter how good your Labour local councillers are. That is, of course, if you want a general election to vote these buffoons out of their tower. Anything resembling a good result for Brown and his cronies will be quickly moulded to look like a mandate from the people.
Considering that no-one has ever voted for a Gordon Brown led govt, it is our divine bloody right to have a general election! :x
A bad result for Labour will quickly spark a leadership contest.
banned#26
Scribbles
Yeah, I agree mate. In the grander scheme, you have to lodge the protest vote no matter how good your Labour local councillers are. That is, of course, if you want a general election to vote these buffoons out of their tower. Anything resembling a good result for Brown and his cronies will be quickly moulded to look like a mandate from the people.
Considering that no-one has ever voted for a Gordon Brown led govt, it is our divine bloody right to have a general election! :x
A bad result for Labour will quickly spark a leadership contest.


Not really. An election could be nice though so we can vote for the other party who will do exactly the same things.
#27
FilthAndFurry
Not really. An election could be nice though so we can vote for the other party who will do exactly the same things.


I wouldn't say that at all mate. People are fed up with 11 years of election bribes from this Labour govt, any generocity is no more than eye candy for the electorate. Tony Blair's pledge to not raise taxes, merely to turn that pledge about face after the win, was enough for me. Followed by an Iraq war that no-one wanted, and the govt lies and deceit to get their wish. Look at Peter Mandelson as one of many prime examples. The guy gets fired TWICE and he is STILL in the game! No-one seems to be accountable for their actions in this administration.
I for one will not stand for another 4 years of Labour rule. Nothing to do with the expenses thing, it's the fact that power breeds corruption and the fact that anything given now will most definately be taken back in kind after an election win. These people MUST be told that govt are solely there to serve the people, the people most definately do not serve the govt.
I can't say that Cameron would be any different, but change is a good thing. No-one should judge Cameron for stuff he has not done yet. I can be 100% sure that 4 years of a fresh new Conservative govt would be leaps and bounds better than 4 years of a stale and discredited Labour govt.
banned#28
Scribbles
I wouldn't say that at all mate. People are fed up with 11 years of election bribes from this Labour govt, any generocity is no more than eye candy for the electorate. Tony Blair's pledge to not raise taxes, merely to turn that pledge about face after the win, was enough for me. Followed by an Iraq war that no-one wanted, and the govt lies and deceit to get their wish. Look at Peter Mandelson as one of many prime examples. The guy gets fired TWICE and he is STILL in the game! No-one seems to be accountable for their actions in this administration.
I for one will not stand for another 4 years of Labour rule. Nothing to do with the expenses thing, it's the fact that power breeds corruption and the fact that anything given now will most definately be taken back in kind after an election win. These people MUST be told that govt are solely there to serve the people, the people most definately do not serve the govt.
I can't say that Cameron would be any different, but change is a good thing. No-one should judge Cameron for stuff he has not done yet. I can be 100% sure that 4 years of a new Conservative govt would be leaps and bounds better than 4 years of a stale and discredited Labour govt.


Coservatives went along with the Iraq war and this financial mess can be traced back to the deregulation of the banking sector in the 1980s, although it is still a worldwide economic mess.

Cameron's saying all the nice things and my view is that if you're going to have a government lie to you, at least let it be as painless as possible.

This government has lost all credibility though, just like the one before it. We'll have at least two terms of Conservative rule and then back the other way. Shame the Lib Dems don't have a shot at winning, because Vince Cable has been spot on throughout and even came out of the scandals pretty clean.

Makes no sense. Labour are rubbish, Tories aren't much better - why not give the new guys a shot?
#29
FilthAndFurry
... Shame the Lib Dems don't have a shot at winning, because Vince Cable has been spot on throughout and even came out of the scandals pretty clean.

Makes no sense. Labour are rubbish, Tories aren't much better - why not give the new guys a shot?


I fully agree. But while Joe Public won't give the LibDems a shot we have to persevere with a two party system. I'd vote LibDem in a flash if I knew my vote wasn't going to be a waste of my time.
If they are ever gonna get in, this will be their opportunity though. If they were up there in the polls i'd deffo give them a chance and vote for them. A conservative vote, for me, would merely be a vehicle to getting rid of the current bad smell at Westminster. I am not a tory boy, no way. But until Labour step back 20 years with their manifesto, I have no choice.
banned#30
Scribbles
I fully agree. But while Joe Public won't give the LibDems a shot we have to persevere with a two party system. I'd vote LibDem in a flash if I knew my vote wasn't going to be a waste of my time.
If they are ever gonna get in, this will be their opportunity though. If they were up there in the polls i'd deffo give them a chance and vote for them. A conservative vote, for me, would merely be a vehicle to getting rid of the current bad smell at Westminster. I am not a tory boy, no way. But until Labour step back 20 years with their manifesto, I have no choice.


Maybe Vince can sway a few voters tonight:thumbsup:
#31
Constituency: North Antrim
MP: Paisley, Rt Hon Dr Ian
Party: DUP
Expenses
Second Home: £18,136
London Supplement: £0
Office: £26,084
Staffing: £85,760
Stationery: £305
IT Provision: £0
Staff Cover: £0
Communication: £0
Travel: £7,668

Total Expenses: £139,565
#32
the amount claimed dosent mean much to me without knowing first of all, how much is acceptable? i dont know if my local mp has scammed or not - he hs claimed over 157k - i noticed it says staffing on the list of expences, so is this over the ''acceptable'' amaout?
#33
There was a colour chart with the map, which seemed to say that anything yellow (about 100K - 120K) I think was acceptable but red (170K) was too high.
#34
We have 4 MP's for Wirral, considering we are a peninsula 7 miles wide and 10 miles long, this is rediculous...... only one of these MP's really represents the people and that is Frank Field. Stephen Hesford who is for my area, never holds surgery, and I shall be writing to him to ask why he claims so much... I shall also be using this to convince my friends he isn't the best man for the job.

Constituency: Wirral West
MP: Hesford, Stephen
Party: LAB
Expenses
Second Home: £21,665
London Supplement: £0
Office: £27,038
Staffing: £83,825
Stationery: £1,638
IT Provision: £1,129
Staff Cover: £0
Communication: £9,774
Travel: £16,442

Total Expenses: £166,866

Constituency: Wallasey
MP: Eagle, Angela
Party: LAB
Expenses
Second Home: £7,045
London Supplement: £0
Office: £19,116
Staffing: £89,492
Stationery: £1,062
IT Provision: £1,204
Staff Cover: £2,028
Communication: £9,570
Travel: £9,702

Total Expenses: £140,753

Constituency: Birkenhead
MP: Field, Rt Hon Frank
Party: LAB
Expenses
Second Home: £9,573
London Supplement: £0
Office: £8,242
Staffing: £98,711
Stationery: £567
IT Provision: £1,214
Staff Cover: £0
Communication: £6,663
Travel: £9,236

Total Expenses: £135,595

Constituency: Wirral South
MP: Chapman, Ben
Party: LAB
Expenses
Second Home: £23,083
London Supplement: £0
Office: £23,481
Staffing: £81,197
Stationery: £1,564
IT Provision: £1,305
Staff Cover: £0
Communication: £13,148
Travel: £15,513

Total Expenses: £164,699
#35
Question Time mentioned this, Including house of lords + house of parliament etc, we have £1,300 representatives, costing several million every year covering a small country like ours with only 60million.

vs.

America: many times larger, 250million people, 500 representatives.

Noone wants to admit it, but there needs to a massive change coming to the constitution, the rules the system etc. Neither Labour or Conservatives will bring it.
banned#36
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#37
Constituency: Dartford
MP: Stoate, Dr Howard
Party: LAB
Expenses
Second Home: £17,883
London Supplement: £0
Office: £17,221
Staffing: £93,371
Stationery: £1,556
IT Provision: £1,176
Staff Cover: £0
Communication: £11,252
Travel: £3,928

Total Expenses: £151,660

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