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ROCHDALE MP Simon Danczuk billed the taxpayer 72.80 for food and drink in Parliament and claimed back the cost of two and three mile journeys within his constituency, including two, 1.80 journeys to meet constituents and 80p to attend Rochdale's mayor making on May 19. He also put in a 9 milelage claim to attend the Socceraid charity event at Old Trafford in June.
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Labour MP David Crausby's 4,716 expenses bill included 130 on toilet rolls and cleaning items for his constituency office. The Bolton North East MP also spent 1,884 on accommodation and rent, 285 on office heating, 37 for an office photocopier toner and 35 on mobile phone bills.
No expenses were claimed by Heywood and Middleton MP Jim Dobbin, Hazel Grove MP Andrew Stunell, Leigh MP Andy Burnham or Manchester Withington MP John Leech.
The Labour politician's expenses bill totalled 4,357.22, including just over 2,000 on London hotel stays as well as 1,820 on rent in the capital, where he also claimed back the cost of travelling on the tube.
PHIL Woolas, who lost his Oldham East and Saddleworth seat in the House of Commons after being found guilty of breaching election rules last month, claimed 4,380.67 with rent for his constituency office topping the bill at 2,900.
He also claimed 25 on 'office essentials', listed as a kettle, toaster and coffee, 123 on a filing cabinet and 351 on a shredder.
STALYBRIDGE and Hyde's new MP, Jonathan Reynolds claimed 5,857.64, including 11.75 for a photo of himself at Parliament.
spent more than 500 on travel, opting for single train tickets, at 65.20, over more cost effective returns, at 66.20. His most expensive rail fare was a 131 journey from London to Manchester Picadilly. He also claimed 63 for parking, 27 to advertise his surgery hours and 4.50 to cut a key for his cleaner.
His largest claims included 3,877 for subscription to the Parliamentary Resources Unit which advises Tory MPs and peers and a 1,190 subscription fee to the European Research Group (ERG), of which Mr Nuttall is the treasurer. The group employs a researcher to advise on European matters and legislation, the costs of which are shared between around 15 MPs, Mr Nuttall said. He said it represented good value for money because he employed no staff to work in his Westminster office.
LEIGH MP, Andy Burnham, is so cautious of the new expenses system that he did not claim a penny in the months following the election. I had the leadership campaign on and didn't want to be making any mistakes." He says he has been left 'quite a bit out of pocket' by the decision and is now 'proceeding carefully'.
The taxpayer also footed the bill for four nights in London hotels, at a cost of 439.95, while also paying more than 4,500 for his second home in the same city.
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BURY North's new Tory MP David Nuttall claimed a total of 11,550 including 3,063 renting London accommodation and 1,921 on hotels there. He also spent 735 on train fares.
Rossendale and Darwen MP Jake Berry was the region's biggest spender, claiming a massive 12,851.
The veteran politician, whose expenses last year revealed he would spend up to 350 a night on hotel rooms in the capital having opted never to buy or rent a property there, has reduced his spend to around 130 a night. Other claims included 41 on two nights parking at Manchester Piccadilly station and 70.57 on his July mobile phone bill.
Her claim included 637 on two separate hotel stays in London and 255 to office cleaners. She also claimed 821 on computer software, 1,492 on photocopier hire, 35 on data protection registration and 27 on office stationery. Mrs Qureshi billed the taxpayer for 1,005 in train fares and spent 64 on taxis. She was banned from driving for six months in August for using a mobile phone at the wheel and driving without insurance.
Details of expenses claims made by all 31 MPs in and around Greater Manchester
She spent 1, 251 on toner cartridges for Nike Air Max Independence Day Red a printer and 2,202 on office rent but opted for more cost effective rail travel than many of her colleagues, claiming for a number of 65 return fares to attend parliament in London. However two particularly pricey standard class returns came in at 262 each. Ms Blears claimed 14 for a taxi to her London home after a late night sitting in Parliament on June 7.
The Labour MP also claimed 1,108.90 on 19 train tickets, travelling in standard class only twice.
Mr Kaufman, who claimed to suffer from OCD when he was put under the spotlight for eccentric expenses claims including two crystal grapefruit bowls last year, has spent 22.50 on radio batteries and 12 on pen ink for signing letters this year. He spent a total of 1,971.95 including 329 advertising surgeries.
Yasmin Qureshi, Labour MP for Bolton South East, claimed 4,595 in total.
His mileage came to 1,840 which included 18 to attend a police funeral and 14 on a trip to see Rossendale male voice choir in Manchester. He claimed 3.60 to attend a meeting at Edgworth Scout Group and 3.68 on a coffee morning trip.
THE taxpayer footed the bill for a 211 return air fare from London to Manchester for Manchester Gorton MP Gerald Kaufman, four days after the election in May. The Labour MP, Air Max 2016 Grey And Blue
DENTON and Reddish MP Andrew Gwynne submitted an expenses bill of nearly 7,000 including a number of 2 mileage claims.
GRAHAM Stringer, Labour MP for Blackley and Broughton, claimed 2,041.01 in total, including the cost of cutting out traffic on five London journeys by using the M6 toll road, at 5 a time.
who has held a seat in parliament for 40 years, also claimed the cost of two, 263.35 return first class rail fares in the same month.
Travel was by far his largest expense. Mr Crausby claimed 1,746 for using his own car to travel between his constituency office in Bolton and London, with a further claim for rail travel between Westminster and Bolton for 86.
He claimed 1,598 on car trips between his constituency and London, 5,640 in flat rental and 3,000 renting his constituency office.
He spent 6,926.93 in total including nine nights in London hotels at a cost of 1,102.89. He also claimed 2,860 for rented accommodation.
SALFORD MP Hazel Blears claimed 5,444.99 in total, including 256.66 on her personal mobile, including internet use.
The Labour MP claimed nearly 500 for train journeys between the capital and his constituency, including a single ticket at 110.50. Other claims were for IT equipment, a new phone charger and an 8.60 late dinner at Parliament.
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