Every year, IPSA publishes aggregate information about each MP, including some information that is not published as part of our regular publishing schedule, such as MPs’ salaries, loans and advances, and salaries paid to connected parties. This information can be searched using the fields below.
IPSA also publishes the following information on an annual basis:
Disability and Security Assistance
Total amounts claimed by MPs for Disability Assistance and Security Assistance are published in an aggregated form due to the sensitive nature of the information.
Reward and Recognition Payments
IPSA does not reimburse MPs for the payment of bonuses to staff, but MPs may claim for modest reward and recognition payments to staff. The number of payments made by each MP, and the total paid to staff by each MP, is published annually.
Mortgage Interest Subsidy
In 2010, the new Scheme contained transitional mortgage subsidy 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). Information on capital gain repayments made under these arrangements are published annually, as well as information provided in support of claims made. This information is current as of 12th September 2013. 'Amount paid to IPSA' and 'Amount owed to IPSA' are the only columns updated as part of our annual publication.
MPs Renting from other MPs
IPSA responded to an FOI request on the 18th December 2012 on details of MPs renting from other MPs. Our response may be viewed via this link to the Freedom of Information section of our website. You can download updated records on MPs who rent accommodation from MP’s by clicking this here link.
Constituency Office Rentals
On 14 November 2013, IPSA published details of MPs rental agreements for constituency offices. You can download this information as a .pdf file or as a .xlsx file.
Further information on aggregate data:
Totals published for staffing include: 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.