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MPs given an extra £10,000 to work from home during coronavirus pandemic

1 month ago   |   By Metro

MPs have been given additional funds to help their staff work remotely during the lockdown
MPs have the option to claim an extra £10,000 in expenses for working from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
The extra money has been made available for each MP in addition to the office budget of up to £26,050 per year.
The additional funds have been allocated to help MPs and their staff pay for laptops and other computer equipment, as well as electricity, heating and phone bills.
MPs were also told by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority that their monthly credit card limit has...
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Coronavirus: MPs' office expenses hiked by £10,000

Coronavirus: MPs' office expenses hiked by £10,000

1 month ago   |   By Daily Mail

MPs have been offered an extra £10,000 to cover the cost of working from home for them and their staff during the coronavirus crisis.
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