Monday, 28 December 2009

Taxpayers to fork out over £10 million in redundancy payments to MPs

Sky News is reporting up to one  in four MPs may quit over the expenses scandal. The bad news for taxpayers is this may result in £10.8 million worth of redundancy payments.

In our area, this means John Prescott will receive  bumper payout, as will maybe hundreds of MPs across the country. Read the story HERE.

1 comment:

  1. These greedy parasites should never have been given the option to resigne every one of them should be sacked, even those who are about to be charged are being charged on the wrong offences. The MP's who made false claims made those claims through the fees office, the MP's new that the claims were false, the fees office new those claims were false, logic dictates that to produce the outcome that is known as the expenses scandal, the MP's and the fees office must have conspired to bring about that outcome. All MP's and all at the fees office should be in the dock charged with Conspiracy, Conspiracy to defraud, Deceit, Fraudulent Misrepresentation, Negligent Misrepresentation, Breach of Statutory Duty, to name just a few of the offences committed.
    Edward Devoy