Lib Dem MPs’ Legg letters: scores on the doors

Yesterday, LDV began compiling a full list of the findings of Sir Thomas Legg’s inquiries into MPs’ expenses as they related to the Lib Dems’ 63 MPs. We will be adding to this ist as information is received by us or published elsewhere: please leave a comment in the thread to update us, or alternatively email us at [email protected]

As of Wednesday, we have information on almost one-half of the Parliamentary party, 29 MPs – here’s the scores on the doors:

Update: by Thursday, we have information on half of all Lib Dem MPs …

Clean bill of health letter received from Sir Thomas Legg:
18 Lib Dem MPs –
Norman Baker, Tom Brake, Paul Burstow, Ed Davey, Lynne Featherstone, Sandra Gidley, John Hemming, Martin Horwood, David Howarth, Mark Hunter, Susan Kramer, Greg Mulholland, John Pugh, Paul Rowen, Sarah Teather, Steve Webb, Stephen Williams, Jenny Willott.

Seeking further clarification from, or supplying further information to, Sir Thomas Legg:
8 Lib Dem MPs –
Colin Breed, Ming Campbell, Julia Goldsworthy, Evan Harris, Nick Harvey, Norman Lamb, Dan Rogerson, Jo Swinson.

Recommended to repay expenses by Sir Thomas Legg:
7 Lib Dem MPs –
Annette Brooke (£238.78), Don Foster (c.£4,500), Nick Clegg (£910), Tim Farron (£235), Chris Huhne £1,152), Adrian Sanders (£691), Phil Willis (£3,230).

No information at present time:
30 Lib Dem MPs –
Danny Alexander, John Barrett, Alan Beith, Jeremy Browne, Malcolm Bruce, Lorely Burt, Vincent Cable, Alistair Carmichael, Andrew George, Mike Hancock, David Heath, Paul Holmes, Simon Hughes, Paul Keetch, Charles Kennedy, David Laws, John Leech, Michael Moore, Mark Oaten, Lembit Öpik, Alan Reid, Willie Rennie, Bob Russell, Robert Smith, Andrew Stunell, Matthew Taylor, John Thurso, Mark Williams, Roger Williams, Richard Younger-Ross.

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