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IPSA Group Annual Loss Narrows On Partial Impairment Reversal
The loss was narrowed due to a GBP1.2 million reversal of an impairment IPSA booked the prior year, which had totalled GBP5.1 million.
After the duck house … where MPs' expenses went next
An anonymous survey of MPs that Ipsa conducted in 2014 revealed some remarkable attitudes from a Parliament that is meant to have moved on from the expenses scandal.
The week ahead: Tullow Oil, Stagecoach
Bus and train company Stagecoach (SGC) has had a bad year. Loved in the City for its sector-leading bus margins, the Scots firm warned in April that its rail business had been hit by weak consumer confidence and terrorism concerns.
Husband of Jo Cox thanks public for 'incredible' outpouring of support
The husband of Jo Cox has thanked the thousands of people who have paid tribute to the Batley and Spen MP who was killed in her constituency last week.
An independent body must monitor MPs
Gordon Brown, in the wake of the scandal, set up the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA), as a separate body outside the House of Commons to control the pay and expenses of MPs.
Most Tory MPs back NHS pay rise, new poll shows
The 9% pay rise is recommended by IPSA which is totally independent of the government and created with the intent that MPs wouldn't get to decide their own pay.
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Have MPs learnt a thing since 2009? Their greed suggests not
The central problem concerns the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa), the body set up to monitor MPs' expenses after the scandal broke.
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MPs' expenses scandal: Independent regulator blocks expenses publication
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) reversed its decision to publish information about MPs' landlords today, after the Speaker of the House of Commons ordered the regulator to keep the information private for “security” reasons.
Tories call for expenses probe into MPs after affair claims
To suggest any financial impropriety is totally wrong." MacNeil was forced to repay �900 in hotel expenses in February by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa). He appealed Ipsa's decision, arguing he had sought the cheapest hotel ...
Westminster standards watchdog will not investigate SNP MPs
The Westminster expenses watchdog the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) is yet to declare if it will investigate the MPs following a similar complaint by a Labour MP.