Taxpayer Pays Out for MPs’ Employment Tribunals

Readers will know parliament can be a tough place to work, just look at David Ruffley’s temper tantrums or what has been happening during certain ongoing criminal trials (allegedly). New figures reveal there have been at least five separate employment tribunal cases where bag-carriers made complaints against MPs since 2010, with some resulting in the taxpayer forking out for payouts where the staffer has been found to have had a legitimate grievance. However, Commons authorities are refusing to disclose how much has been spent on compensation for the reason that it was agreed in confidence with the MPs concerned. Given it is clearly in the public interest to know how much the public is paying and there is no danger of anyone being identified, that sounds like a cover-up to Guido…




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Dominic Raab wrote in his letter of resignation…

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