Dishonourable members called to order

MacLachlan, Rob
May 2009
People Management;5/21/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p17
The author talks about the pay and expenses being received by the British Member of Parliament (MP). He comments on the Green Book on MPs expenses and the capability of the honourable members to buy a second home or switch their designated second home back and forth. He agrees with the statement of British Conservative leader David Cameron regarding the worst excesses by MPs. He suggests to improve the rules and regulations on pay and expenses of MPs in the country.


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