Morally Barron

The good news is IPSA says MPs should no longer be able to claim for:

  • A £15 evening meal when Parliament sits after 1930
  • Hospitality tea and biscuits
  • Hotels before 0100
  • Taxis home before 2300
  • Contents insurance for a second home
  • Installing a TV in a second home

The bad news is they think that should come with a bribe of a £7,000 pay rise.

And surprise surprise, the troughers’ union – Kevin Barron’s morally bankrupt Committee on Standards – has rejected the expenses restrictions. How times change…




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