It’s not just MPs who’ve got problems with their expenses

There looks to be a growing story in Berkshire with, amongst other news, a Tory councillor in West Berkshire (Joe Mooney) ordered to stop claiming for first class train travel. More news on Reading List.

UPDATE: The council have been in touch, stating that Joe Mooney has never claimed for first class train travel from the council and nor has any instruction been issued to him about his expense claims. We’re happy to put the record straight and apologies for highlighting an erroneous story.

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  • Have you any information re Liam Byrne MPs breakdown of his some £478,000 expnses 2005-8? I cant find any info?

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