This database allows you to see each MP’s annual expenditure.
The information shows the costs associated with running an office as well as direct parliamentary expenses. It also shows staffing expenditure, including details of any Connected Parties.
The total for staffing includes MPs’ staff salaries, pension contributions, National Insurance contributions and additional staffing costs such as maternity and paternity leave, maternity and paternity cover, sickness cover and any relevant vouchers, such as child care vouchers.
The salary for each MP is the gross annual salary that each MP receives, but does not include pension contributions or National Insurance contributions.
We have also published the total amounts spent on Disability Assistance and Security Assistance but, given the sensitive nature of some of this information, we have published this in an aggregated form, rather than broken down by individual MP, please click here.
In addition, we have published the total spend for reward and recognition payments to staff by MP, please click here.
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IPSA abolished the mortgage interest subsidy available to MPs when introducing the new Scheme for MPs’ Business Costs and Expenses in 2010.
The new Scheme contained transitional arrangements for returning MPs, including a process to recoup for the taxpayer an appropriate level of any capital gain made (these arrangements can be found at Annex A here).
These arrangements expired in August 2012, and details on the repayment of any capital gain is published here.