Nick Clegg granted former prime minister’s expenses allowance worth up to £115,000 a year

Nick Clegg has been granted an expenses allowance worth up to £115,000 a year that was previously only awarded to former prime ministers, it has emerged.

The former deputy prime minister and Liberal Democrat leader claimed £101,911 from the so-called public duty cost allowance last year.

The grant, which is reviewed annually, has traditionally been granted to former leaders to help cover the costs related to their public duties.

Read on… http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/07/24/nick-clegg-granted-former-prime-ministers-expenses-allowance-wor/

2 thoughts on “Nick Clegg granted former prime minister’s expenses allowance worth up to £115,000 a year

  1. That will be his “political prostitute’s” fee for getting into bed with Cameron ! To be fair, he was certainly “screwed” on more than one occasion by the former Prime Pig Sticker !

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  2. totally unbelievable protectionism, to be given more than most of his constituents earn in a year for failing, is more incomprehensible during austerity. If a nurse loses their job they get nothing and possibly lose their home. Compensation should be for all…
    Then maybe the UK could be as “happy” as Denmark.

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