MP's £38,000 Pay Rise!

#1
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OK People, those with a mischievous streak in them please sign and pass on to other forums that you might frequent.

We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to lead all MP's in rejecting both a £15,000 pay rise and an unaccountable £23,000 grant. Further we the undersigned pledge to reject at the Polls every sitting MP who votes in favour of such measures.

http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/nomoreofourmoney/

More info on ARRSE: http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=97590.html

 

hnhnwilliam

Lantern Swinger
#7
PsyWar.Org said:
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OK People, .....not to vote every sitting MP who votes in favour of such measures.

brilliant ...Signed and sent to everyone I know who is online ...I think




In any event, my voting campaign for the next general election includes
" Do not vote for any MP who is/was a MP. Get rid of the lot and clean up Parliament"
 
#12
I'm curious - Does this mean they will automatically get the additional £23K or will they have to request it - ie: will those who don't need it because they live more locally to the Westminster area still get it?

Also, when is the vote likely to take place? I note the petition is due to end on 4 Dec.

SF
 
#13
SILVER_FOX said:
I'm curious - Does this mean they will automatically get the additional £23K or will they have to request it - ie: will those who don't need it because they live more locally to the Westminster area still get it?

Also, when is the vote likely to take place? I note the petition is due to end on 4 Dec.

SF
The House of Commons is awaiting the outcome of an investigation being carried for the Government, on MPs remuneration (the Baker Review) which should report to the House in July.

More details below.

http://www.parliament.uk/commons/lib/research/rp2008/rp08-031.pdf
 
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