2 Days ago: Hundreds of MPs’ have their parliamentary credit cards suspended for breaking expenses rules
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa), was set up in the wake of the disgraceful expenses scandal 10 years ago.
Parliamentary credit cards were introduced for MPs’ following the scandal, to ensure spending could be closely monitored.
Westminster authorities, ruled that information should not be released to the public because it could hinder the safe operation of the system.
But a former high court judge reversed the ruling and ordered that the information be released to the public saying that the risk of “embarrassing” MPs’ was not sufficient reason to keep the information secret.
True to form those elected to serve the electorate soon found ways in which they could circumvent the rules.
Scots who vote to maintain the rotten and corrupt political system that is Westminster need their heads examined.
The folderol that…
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