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Twenty MPs pocket up to £180,000 each on taxpayer-funded second homes

The Telegraph, 10 May 2013
Publié le : 10 mai 2013
 Steven Swinford, and Rowena Mason 
The MPs have jointly made more than £1 million by selling their second homes, and under parliamentary rules they are entitled to keep the money.

The scale of their windfall was disclosed for the first time in figures released by the parliamentary watchdog today, and prompted accusations that MPs were making a personal profit from taxpayers' money.

Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, handed all the profit he made on the sale of his second home to House of Commons authorities in 2011.

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