MPs’ ‘staggering’ £4million a year for travel… with some politicians claiming enough to buy a Car.


The Daily Mail

Spivs Comment

Count to ten Chris… Deep breaths son… Fuck it. How much longer are we as a nation prepared to let these cunts walk all over us?

It is bad enough that the parasitic fucking smegheads are allowed to claim travel costs in the first plasce, but the fact that they are claiming fucking fortunes, while half the fucking country is freezing to death and having to skip meals in order to meet their own transport costs is just not fucking on.

Where the fuck are they travelling to in order to run up those kind of costs? The fucking Moon?

These cunts make me fucking sick. Take a look at the photo of the smug looking, ugly cunt Margaret Buckettcrutch below… Fuck me, given half a chance I would wipe that smug look of the cunts mush. How dare she insult our fucking intelligence with her little girl lost excuse of “I was unfamiliar with the system”. Fuck off was she. She’s meant to be a fucking high powered leader not some fucking fresh faced school leaver who doesn’t know her arse from her elbow. 

She committed a deliberate act of fucking fraud…  Its not the first time the cunts done it, and it wont be the fucking last:

All of the vile poncing cunts do it. They do it day in day out and then think a fucking apology makes it all right when they get caught.

Well it doesn’t make it all right in my fucking book. What a fucking piss taking old slag. She needs arresting and bringing before a court of law… And I’m not talking about some fucking play house where a paedophile judge will dismiss the case for lack of fucking evidence. I’m talking about a court of law set up by the people for the people.

Buckett-Crutch is my Piss taking Scumbag of the day, and the day has only just fucking started… I am fucking livid.

It has to fucking stop. These cunts are killing us and stealing our money to boot, while at the same time pretending that they are acting in our best interests. Fuck them! They remind me of those rioters who were pretending to help that injured fella while in reality they were robbing the poor cunt blind.

Read the article below and check out the fucking list of ponces stealing our money as if it were going out of fashion… Were they all “unfamiliar with the system” too? Were they fuck. They are Dirty, robbing, scumbag thieves, who wouldn’t piss on us if we were on fire.

Get fucking angry people, cos I tell you, I am fucking fuming. It has to stop and it has to stop now. Grow a fucking backbone and do something about the vile, child abusing, robbing parasites… Nuff said.



Margaret Beckett was ¿unfamiliar¿ with the congestion systemMargaret Beckett was ¿unfamiliar¿ with the congestion system

MPs are racking up more than £4million a year in travel expenses as millions of ordinary commuters are hit by soaring rail fares and fuel costs, it was revealed yesterday.

The huge sums involved mean some politicians are claiming enough individually to buy themselves a brand new car.

One, former Labour Cabinet Minister Margaret Beckett, appears to have over-paid and over-claimed up to 100 days worth of London congestion charges, with her office explaining that she was ‘unfamiliar’ with the system.

The huge scale of the claims has emerged from data published by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority and analysed by motoring magazine Auto Express.

Records show that MPs landed Britain’s taxpayers with a bill of more than £2.3m for using public transport and £1.1m-plus for the cost of travelling in their own cars in their constituencies or to Westminster.

In addition they claimed back nearly £120,000 ( £119,802.74) in parking costs and £43,250.24 for tolls, including the London Congestion Charge.

Auto Express analyst Jon Morgan said: ‘We were shocked to discover this at a time when drivers are dealing with unparalleled motoring costs.’

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin claimed £7,223.05 to use his car. And that was on top of the £4,301.40 he claimed for use of public transport – including 39 First Class train fares.

The research showed the top claimers in the three main categories looked at were Khalid Mahmood, Labour MP for Birmingham, Perry Bar, who claimed £12,783.80 in ‘own car’ expenses; Frank Doran, Labour MP for Aberdeen North, who charged £5,162.50 for parking fees; and former Labour Cabinet minister Margaret Beckett, MP for Derby South, claimed back Congestion Charges of £2,520 – enough to cover 252 days.

This was despite Parliament sitting for only around 150 days in a year.

Asked to explain the apparent overclaiming for congestion charge, a spokeswoman for the former Minister who is a renowned fan of the caravan told the magazine: ‘Mrs Beckett says she did not drive in London before 2010 and was unfamiliar with the charge.


‘She was told the best thing was to pay for the entire year so she was always covered. She was unaware of other options. If there is an alternative, she’ll certainly be looking into it.’

Conservative MP Nadine Dorries
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries and Patrick McLoughlin, Secretary of State for Transport both racked up charges

Conservative MP Nadine Dorries, left, and Patrick McLoughlin, right, Secretary of State for Transport both racked up charges

Among claimants for own car expenses, first place was followed by Conservative MPs David Morris (£9,150.75), Stephen O’Brien (£8,590.90) and Glyn Davies (£8,473.00), Lib Dem MPs Tessa Munt (£8,343.70) and Stephen Gilbert (£7,937.87) and Tory Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin (£7,223.05).

For parking expenses, those following Labour MP Mr Doran (£5,162.50) were Conservative MPs Rob Wilson (£2,621.25) and Paul Maynard (£2,497.70), Labour’s Michael Connarty (£2,307.48), Lib Dem Alan Reid (£2,231.40) and Labour’s Gordon Banks (£2,228.72), Shadow Minister for Scotland.

And following Labour’s Mrs Beckett (£2,520.00) in the congestion charge stakes were Labour MPs Mark Tami (£1,190.90) and David Wright (£1,176.50), and Conservative MPs Stephen O’Brien (£1,040.40), Tobias Ellwood (£967.00), and TV’s ‘I’m a Celebrity’ contestant Nadine Dorries (£864.00).

The row comes as millions of rail commuter face inflation-busting rail fare hikes of up to 10 per cent and rising fuel costs while seeing their salaries and wages frozen because of the economic downturn.

Yet unlike employees who cannot claim travel expenses – nor tax relief – for their journeys to and from their places of work, MPs are allowed to do so.

Auto Express’s Mr Morgan said: ‘It is incredible that they can claim so much – in some cases enough to buy a brand new car. It’s staggering. And this at a time when many ordinary families are struggling to make ends meet but having to pay their own way to work. It’s revealed a real a real “them and us”.

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