Following Andy Burnham earlier, now Yvette ups the pressure on Cameron:
“Yvette thinks its wrong to have 10% at a time when the deficit is still high and public services are about to be cut. She thinks IPSA should withdraw it and the Prime Minister should step in to prevent it. If it goes through she won’t take it, but she thinks IPSA and the Prime Minister should sort it out before that.”
Liz Kendall will give extra pay to charity in constituency if can't be refused at source. (@wallaceme)
— Ben Riley-Smith (@benrileysmith) June 3, 2015
Team Liz point out she has been against it for some time, writing in 2013:
“I oppose it, I’ll try and change it, and if IPSA refuses, I won’t take it.”
The PM’s position remains:
PM's spokesman makes clear Cameron personal position on 10%: "He's an MP, so if IPSA set the pay of MPs, he will take the pay that MPs get."
— Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) June 3, 2015
Not a great look, Dave.