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Re-renting scandal: GUIDO names and shames the 130 Tory & 25 Lib Dem re-renters and guess who IS on the list?

From time to time we dip into Guido Fawkes, the ace political blogger. Once again we find a local 'personality' featured.....

IPSA Confirm Re-Renting Scandal
244 MPs Exposed, Cost to Taxpayer of £3.6 Million

Readers will remember Guido’s preview of the “re-renting” scandal, well today the full figures have been released. The taxpayer has been charged a total of £3,632,220 for 244 constituency office leases where the landlord is a political party. MPs claim expenses for their constituency office rent, then pay the money to their parties. It is taxpayer funding of political parties through the backdoor…

Post : Re-Renting Name and Shame: The 130 Tory Re-Renters

David Amess: Southend West Conservative Association
Richard Bacon: South Norfolk Conservative Association
Steve Baker: Wycombe Conservative Association
Greg Barker: Bexhill & Battle Conservatives Association
Henry Bellingham: North West Norfolk Conservative Association
Richard Benyon: West Berkshire Conservative Association
Jake Berry: Rossendale and Darwen Conservative Association
Brian Binley: Northampton Conservative Club
Crispin Blunt: Reigate and Banstead Conservative Association
Karen Bradley: Staffordshire Moorlands Conservative Association
Angie Bray: Ealing Central and Acton Conservative Association
James Brokenshire: Old Bexley and Sidcup Conservative Association
Conor Burns: Bournemouth West Conservative Association
Alistair Burt: North East Bedfordshire Conservative Association
Alun Cairns: Vale of Glamorgan Conservative Association
Douglas Carswell: Clacton Conservative Association
Bill Cash: Chairman of Stone Constituency Conservative Association
Rehman Chisti: Gillingham and Rainham Conservative Association
James Clappison: Hertsmere Conservative Association
Therese Coffey: Suffolk Coastal Conservative Association
Damian Collins: Folkestone and Hythe Constituency Conservative Association
Tracey Crouch: Chatham and Aylesford Conservative Association
David Davies: Monmouth Conservative Association
Glyn Davies: Montgomeryshire Conservative Association
Philip Davies: Shipley Consituency Conservative Association
Caroline Dineage: Gosport Conservative Association
Jonathan Djangoly: Huntingdon Constituency Conservatives
Stephen Dorrell: Charnwood Conservatives
Nadine Dorries: Mid Bedfordshire Conservative Association
Richard Drax: South Dorset Conservative Association
James Duddridge: Rochford & Southend East Conservative Association
Alan Duncan: Rutland and Melton Conservative Association
Iain Duncan Smith: Chingford & Woodford Green Conservative Association
Philip Dunne: Ludlow Constituency Conservative Association
Michael Ellis: Trustees of the Northampton Central Conservative Association
Jane Ellison: Wandsworth Conservative Group
Tobias Elwood: Boscombe Conservative Club
Charlie Elphicke: Dover and Deal Conservative Association
George Eustice: Camborne Redruth and Hayle Conservative Association
David Evennett: Bexleyheath and Crayford Conservative Association
Liam Fox: North Somerset Conservative Association
Mike Freer: Finchley and Golders Green Conservatives
Roger Gale: North Thanet Conservative Association
David Gauke: South West Hertfordshire Conservative Association
Nick Gibb: Bognor Regis and Littlehampton Conservative Association
John Glen: Salisbury Conservatives Association
Robert Goodwill: Scarborough & Whitby Conservative Association
Michael Gove: Surrey Heath Conservatives
Helen Grant: The Trustees of the Maidstone and the Weald Conservative Association
Chris Grayling: Epsom and Ewell Conservative Association
Damian Green: Ashford Constituency Conservative Association
Justine Greening: Wandsworth Conservative Group
Sam Gyimah: East Surrey Conservative Association
Rebecca Harris: Castle Point Conservative Party
Alan Haselhurst: Saffron Walden Conservatives
John Hayes: South Holland and the Deepings Conservative Association
Oliver Heald: North East Hertfordshire Conservative Association
Mark Hoban: Fareham Conservative Association
Kris Hopkins: Keighley Division Conservative Club Buildings Ltd
Jeremy Hunt: South West Surrey Conservative Association
Nick Hurd: Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner Conservative Association
Stewart Jackson: Peterborough Conservative Association

Jo Johnson: Orpington Conservative Association
Andrew Jones: Harrogate and Knaresborough Conservative Association
David Jones: Clwyd West Conservative Association
Daniel Kawczynski: Shrewsbury & Atchen Conservative Association
Simon Kirby: Kemp Town Conservative Association
Greg Knight: East Yorkshire Constituency Conservative Association
Eleanor Laing: Epping Forest Conservative Association
Andrew Lansley: South Cambridgeshire Conservative Association
Andrea Leadsom: Trustees of Northampton Central Conservative Association
Phillip Lee: Bracknell Conservative Association
Brandon Lewis: Gorleston-on-Sea Conservative Club
Julian Lewis: New Forest East Conservatives
Ian Liddell-Grainger: Bridgwater & West Somerset Conservative Association
David Lidington: Aylesbury Conservative Association
Peter Lilley: Hitchin & Harpenden Conservative Association
Tim Loughton: East Worthing & Shoreham Conservative Association
Anne Main: St Albans Conservative Association
Francis Maude: Horsham Conservative Association
Patrick Mercer: Newark Conservative Association
Anne Milton: Guildford Conservative Association
Andrew Mitchell: Sutton Coldfield Conservative Association
Nicky Morgan: Loughborough Constituency Conservative Association
Stephen Mosley: City of Chester Conservative Assocaition
Andrew Murrison: West Wiltshire Conservative Club Ltd
Brooks Newmark: Braintree Conservative Association
Caroline Nokes: Romsey Working Mens Conservative Club
Matthew Offord: Finchley and Golders Green Conservatives
Eric Ollerenshaw: Wyre & Preston North Conservative Association and the Lancaster & Fleetwood Conservative Association
Guy Opperman: Hexham Constituency Conservative Association
Richard Ottaway: Croydon Central and South Conservative Federation
Priti Patel: Witham Constituency Conservative Association
John Penrose: Weston-Super-Mare Conservative Club
Claire Perry: Devizes Constitency Conservative Association
Stephen Phillips: Sleaford and North Hykeham Conservative Association
Chris Pincher: Tamworth Conservative Association
Dan Poulter: Central Suffolk and North Ipswich Conservative Association
Mark Prisk: Hertford & Stortford Conservatives
John Randall: The Trustees of the Uxbridge and South Ruislip Division Conservative Association
Hugh Robertson: Faversham & Mid-Kent Conservative Association
Andrew Rosindell: Romford Conservative Association
Lee Scott: Ilford Conservative Services Committee
Andrew Selous: South West Bedfordshire Conservative Association
Grant Shapps: Welwyn Hatfield Conservative Association
Alec Shelbrooke: Tadcaster Conservative Campaign Centre
Richard Shepherd: Aldridge-Brownhills Conservative Association
Nicholas Soames: Mid Sussex Conservatives
Caroline Spelman: Solihull Conservative Association
Andrew Stephenson: Pendle Conservative Association
John Stevenson: Trustees for the Carlisle & Penrith & The Border Conservative Associations
Bob Stewart: Beckenham Conservative Association
Mel Stride: Central Devon Conservative Association
Graham Stuart: Beverley & Holderness Conservatives
Julian Sturdy: York Conservative Association
Robert Syms: Poole Conservative Association
David Tredinnick: Bosworth Conservative Association
Theresa Villiers: Chipping Barnet Conservative Association
Charles Walker: Broxbourne Conservative Association
Robert Walker: North Dorset Conservative Association
Angela Watkinson: Hornchurch & Upminster Conservative Association
Mike Weatherley: Federation of Brighton Pavilion and Hove & Portslade Conservative Associations
Heather Wheeler: South Derbyshire Conservative Association
John Whittingdale: Maldon Constituency Conservative Association
Bill Wiggin: North Herefordshire Conservative Association
David Willetts: Havant Conservative Association
Sarah Wollaston: Totnes & District Conservative Club
George Young: North West Hampshire Conservative Association
Nadhim Zahawi: Stratford upon Avon Conservative Association

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Senior LibDems including their Leader, Deputy Leader and President all claim and funnel parliamentary expenses to their local parties through rent, despite the buildings already being owned by the LibDems.

Clegg, Hughes, Farron, Ed Davey and Danny Alexander are amoungst 25 LibDems "re-renting" their MPs offices and helping to swell party coffers with taxpayer cash:

Danny Alexander: Inverness East Liberal Democrats
Tom Brake: Sutton Liberal Democrat Party
Malcolm Bruce: Aberdeenshire East Liberal Democrats
Paul Burstow: Sutton Liberal Democrat Party
Menzies Campbell: North East & Central Fife Liberal Democrats
Nick Clegg: Sheffield Hallam Liberal Democrats
Edward Davey: Kingston Liberal Democrat Property Co. Ltd
Tim Farron: Westmoreland and Lonsdale Liberal Democrats
Lynne Featherstone: Haringey Liberal Democrats
David Heath: Somerton & Frome Liberal Democrats
Simon Hughes: Bermondsey and Old Southwark Liberal Democrats
Mark Hunter: Cheadle Constituency Liberal Democrats
Charles Kennedy: Ross, Skye and Lochaber Liberal Democrat Association
John Leech: Withington Constituency Liberal Democrat Party
Stephen Lloyd: The Trustees of Eastbourne Liberal Democrats
Gregory Mulholland: Leeds North West Liberal Democrat Party
John Pugh: The Trustees of the Gladstone Liberal Club
Daniel Rogerson: Launceston Liberal Club Ltd
Bob Russell: Colchester Liberal Democratic Party
Adrian Sanders: Torquay Liberal Association (1949) Ltd
Robert Smith: West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine Liberal Democrats
Andrew Stunell: Hazel Grove Liberal Democrats
Mark Williams: Aberystwyth Liberal Association Ltd
Roger Williams: Brecon and Radnorshire Liberal Democrat Association
Jenny Willott: Cardiff Central Liberal Democrats
Simon Wright: East of England Liberal Democrats

If your constituency party own their offices, charging the taxpayer for rent is what HMRC call "a contrived expense". Guido calls it a fiddle.

The "re-renting" expense fiddle is also undemocratic: taxpayers subsidise incumbent MPs against their ballot box challengers.

The LibDems are well aware of this, in 2009 they gave a presentation to their MPs urging them to maximise expenses for party benefit.

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