Labour politicians at it again

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#2
Come on he had to travel 8 miles, from his house and to get there from Parliment wow 11 more, that like 1/2 a gallon of fuel. what would you do? £5 a day for fuel =£780 or £60000 in your bin, tax free
 
#3
This Cnut actually lives further away by tube from the Commons than his constituency home is. So he has been able to play the immoral but not illegal game of claiming off the taxpayer for his parents home in the constituency. Its Fraud and it should be stopped now, and those who have been claiming where it really is unnecessary should be made to repay.

He is supposed to be one of the Bright Stars of the cabinet, however I find him dull as dirty dishwater. The man is a total arrsehole.
 
#5
When will the excesses of, and abuses of, the allowance system currently in force applying to MPs be halted? Every penny 'filched' is a penny of the tax we have paid. Irrespective of political party, the 'abuses' are wholly unacceptable.

The rules need re-writing - pronto!

The currently, totally 'innocent' porcine trougher - McNulty - hopefully is to lose his seat come the next election.

My source for this:

http://www.electoralcalculus.co.uk/
 
#7
OK he's a labour politician and despised, but it's a claim he's entititled to. We do the same (those serving on here). Don't know why people have to jump on every outrage bandwagon going.

Its a none story.
 
#9
dingerr said:
OK he's a labour politician and despised, but it's a claim he's entititled to. We do the same (those serving on here). Don't know why people have to jump on every outrage bandwagon going.

Its a none story.
Balls. If it was a bloke on the dole he would get stuffed for pulling a stroke like this
 
#10
And with War Pensoners coming at the bottom of their list / priority, had it not been for us, they would not have been able to BUY the last General Election.

Mind you top so-called Civil Servants are NO better!! . . :x
 
#12
CharlieBubbles said:
I wonder if they practice what they now preach, "WE do reward FAILURE"!
Sorry you got that wrong
 
#13
If i claimed a police housing allowance for a house i wasn't living in i would probably end up in prison.

yet for these people its all OK and above board?


Trotsky
 
#14
dingerr said:
OK he's a labour politician and despised, but it's a claim he's entititled to. We do the same (those serving on here). Don't know why people have to jump on every outrage bandwagon going.

Its a none story.
He tool £60,000 of the taxpayers money.
He is entitled to it because they are all (regardless of party) actively engaged in helping themselves to everything they can get.
Its perfectly legal because they write their own rules that entitle them to take what they like.
Its wrong, its dis-honourable and they are leeches. But it is legal.

Why the bandwagon? Because its my fooking money, I work hard for it and I don't see why scum like him should be able to help themselves to it under any pretence they can think of.
These leeches don't earn that money, they are steeling it from us.
 
#15
Just about had enough of this pish.....

Fcuk all this "second home malarky". Build an MP pads estate at a suitable location (minus those who live close enough to not warrent one and of course the PM and Chancellor).

Make it nice, you know, what ever a serving soldier is allowed. Throw afence around it, and put on a gate guard..... the back benchers can do fire piquet. :D

Maybe some sort of flats like the RHA live in in St Johns Wood.

Furnish them with whatever they need in a second home, and get an estate warden to do the march in, march out. Bills raised against damage obviously.

They can even have a garage.

Job jobbed.

It would certainly be cheaper in the long run.

Then bring in a rule that states, the 1st home MUST be in the MPs constituency.

After the 2012 olympics we'll no doubt have a "sportsmans village" or at the very least a few possible venues for rebuild.
 
#16
The guys are sweating blood in the sandpit and they just get £150 off council tax while the MPs are lining their pockets with the money they should be investing on better kit and benefits for our forces.
 
#17
chocolate_frog said:
Just about had enough of this pish.....

Fcuk all this "second home malarky". Build an MP pads estate at a suitable location (minus those who live close enough to not warrent one and of course the PM and Chancellor).

Make it nice, you know, what ever a serving soldier is allowed. Throw afence around it, and put on a gate guard..... the back benchers can do fire piquet. :D

Maybe some sort of flats like the RHA live in in St Johns Wood.

Furnish them with whatever they need in a second home, and get an estate warden to do the march in, march out. Bills raised against damage obviously.

They can even have a garage.

Job jobbed.

It would certainly be cheaper in the long run.

Then bring in a rule that states, the 1st home MUST be in the MPs constituency.

After the 2012 olympics we'll no doubt have a "sportsmans village" or at the very least a few possible venues for rebuild.
:D Works for me!
 
#18
slipperman said:
chocolate_frog said:
Just about had enough of this pish.....

Fcuk all this "second home malarky". Build an MP pads estate at a suitable location (minus those who live close enough to not warrent one and of course the PM and Chancellor).

Make it nice, you know, what ever a serving soldier is allowed. Throw afence around it, and put on a gate guard..... the back benchers can do fire piquet. :D

Maybe some sort of flats like the RHA live in in St Johns Wood.

Furnish them with whatever they need in a second home, and get an estate warden to do the march in, march out. Bills raised against damage obviously.

They can even have a garage.

Job jobbed.

It would certainly be cheaper in the long run.

Then bring in a rule that states, the 1st home MUST be in the MPs constituency.

After the 2012 olympics we'll no doubt have a "sportsmans village" or at the very least a few possible venues for rebuild.
:D Works for me!
Build a 25m range in the complex and knock in a single post for fraudsters.
 
#19
Get used to stuff like this. Many, many Labour MPs realise that they've got nothing to lose as their access to the trough will stop abruptly next year. McNulty is likely to lose his seat anyway so he might as well line his pockets while he can.

I can see Gordon slipping in some sort of massive sweetner next year for MPs who lose their seats in an election. 10 years' salary as a redundancy payment or a 100% final salary pension on loss of seat might stop the victims of the coming Broonpocalypse trying to string him up.
 
#20
Bizarrely Labour seem to be up again in the polls. I'd question what sort of feckwit would still vote for them but it's on a day where the One Eyed pillock has expressed his sadness at the death of Princess Jade so perhaps I have my answer...
 

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