Parliament’s Soaring Repair Cost

Parliamentary repair work is to cost the taxpayer £134,392 this year, soaring up from just £28,582 in 2010. In January MPs voted for a £3.5 billion renovation and a “full and timely decant” although this isn’t expected to take place until after the next election. In the meantime hundreds of thousands in taxpayer’s cash will be spent plugging the gaps…


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