As part of its regular and routine publication of MPs’ costs and expenses, the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) has today released details of claims processed in February and March 2014. The details added to IPSA’s publication website include over 32,000 claims with a value of £3.6m. For details of claims added today, please click here
Today IPSA has also published its report on the review of IPSA’s Publication Scheme, following the public consultation which ran from 18 March to 25 April.
Having considered the responses to the consultation, IPSA has revised its proposals and will place on its website its policies, where they exist, on recruitment, health and safety, equality and diversity and customer service.
IPSA will not publish the addresses of MPs’ landlords. Transparency is at the core of IPSA’s operations, which is why it has published details of every claim made by every MP since IPSA was created in 2010, and proactively publishes a range of information around its own policies and activities.