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May 06, 2012


Cleethorpes Rock

Liar liar pants on fire.

I noticed that the free-standing cash machines in the Houses of Parliament don't charge for withdrawals. The one in my local corner shop charges £1.75 a time. It seems that cheap food and booze isn't the only are where MPs are insulated from the realities of real life.


What about the subsidised MPs?When will their benefits be abolished or at least capped to 26000 pa?

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