MP's expenses how do they manage

wet_blobby

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Sometimes I find it deeply regrettable that these members of society dont have their name on a board commemorating still born children.
 
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Guzzles, why don't you stand? Seriously. I know our views are poles apart but I admire Dennis Skinner for his no free lunch and turn to every day in the House mantra.

A fellow ex Gollie I joined up with is a Guzz councillor now.
 
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Guzzles, why don't you stand? Seriously. I know our views are poles apart but I admire Dennis Skinner for his no free lunch and turn to every day in the House mantra.

I fellow ex Gollie I joined up with is a Guzz councillor now.
would he now be a Marriage Councillor for Matelots wives.
"Did you marry a knight in shining armour, or a twat in tinfoil?" Down to earth advice.
 
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Guzzles, why don't you stand? Seriously. I know our views are poles apart but I admire Dennis Skinner for his no free lunch and turn to every day in the House mantra.

I fellow ex Gollie I joined up with is a Guzz councillor now.

Johnny Bramham? Remember him? What a tool. Ex matelots would make good MPs, they're used to claiming expenses for everything.

As an aside, I would genuinely consider standing if I didn't have far too many 'ahem' skeletons in my closet.
 
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From what I have 'seen' of certain politicians, a certain fee seems to ensure that the closet remains shut. However, you are then encouraged to vote the 'right way' ....
 
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Johnny Bramham? Remember him? What a tool. Ex matelots would make good MPs, they're used to claiming expenses for everything.

As an aside, I would genuinely consider standing if I didn't have far too many 'ahem' skeletons in my closet.
I bet you wished you'd never mentioned that bint from Middlesborough and the Travelodge incident...:hump:
 
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Thought about standing, then realised I could'nt lie with a straight face. How about a public holiday for Guy Fawkes, the last person to enter Westminster with honourable intentions.
 
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Up until now I was of the opinion that IPSA were a roll over for the MPs but I am very much encouraged by this dripping MP that they are giving claims all due scrutiny.The MPs have very short memories and have somehow forgotten that the reason they have the system now in place was because a large majority of them were playing fast and loose with the old system.
 
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Up until now I was of the opinion that IPSA were a roll over for the MPs but I am very much encouraged by this dripping MP that they are giving claims all due scrutiny.The MPs have very short memories and have somehow forgotten that the reason they have the system now in place was because a large majority of them were playing fast and loose with the old system.[/QUOTE]


With a name like his.....I bet he longs for yesterday

.............I'll get me coat. :slow:
 
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Up until now I was of the opinion that IPSA were a roll over for the MPs but I am very much encouraged by this dripping MP that they are giving claims all due scrutiny.The MPs have very short memories and have somehow forgotten that the reason they have the system now in place was because a large majority of them were playing fast and loose with the old system.[/QUOTE]


With a name like his.....I bet he longs for yesterday

.............I'll get me coat. :slow:
Don't slam the door on your way out.
 
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Thought about standing, then realised I couldn't lie with a straight face. How about a public holiday for Guy Fawkes, the last person to enter Westminster with honourable intentions.
Well I'm glad we were never co defendants at the table mate.
With your criteria in mind I would reach the premier spot in but a few years, I have never suffered with such a handicap.
 

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