My local MP Andrew Rosindell Voted strongly against:
raising welfare benefits at least in line with prices, paying higher benefits over longer periods for those unable to work due to illness or disability, restrictions on fees charged to tenants by letting agents the hunting ban and equal gay rights
Andrew Rosindell also voted strongly for: a reduction in spending on welfare benefits, reducing the rate of corporation tax, for increasing the rate of VAT, for high...er taxes on plane tickets and alcoholic drinks. And for the privatisation of Royal Mail.
Andrew Rosindell voted very strongly for: for the Iraq war,
Voted moderately for measures to reduce tax avoidance ????
MODERATELY???? AGAIN MODERATELY against a banker’s bonus tax
AGAIN MODERATELY against allowing marriage between two people of same sex and MODERATELY for laws to promote equality and human rights
But he has claimed up to £1,450 a month for mortgage interest, along with thousands of pounds on food, council tax and other bills. Since he moved into his London flat, Andrew Rosindell has claimed more than £125,000 in second home allowances. Between 2006 and 2008 the MP always claimed the maximum £400 a month for food. In August 2006 he attempted to claim another £408 for "general groceries" on top of this, but was blocked by the Commons fees office. "I don't think it's unreasonable to claim £20 a day for food," he said. "That barely covers the cost of my subsistence."
He also claimed regular service charges of up to £900 for his London flat, along with utilities and maintenance bills.
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