Dear Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority,
I would like to know in the past 6 months (August 2015-January 2016) in how many sessions of the House of Lords. Did Lord Alan Sugar and Baroness Karen Bradey collect any expenses they are entitled to as Lords.
And if so, how much they have collected in these sessions.
Dear Mr Cushenan,
Thank you for your email.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) was created by
Parliament under the Parliamentary Standards Act 2009 to independently
oversee and regulate MPs’ expenses. IPSA has two main roles: regulating
the business costs and expenses system for MPs and administering and
paying MPs’ expenses, pay and pensions. As such, we do not hold any
information relating to the House of Lords.
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