In order for this administration to save face they must admit their misclaim
and revoke TRAIN immediately before the economy dips further," Spark said.
Somewhere or other along the line we've forgotten about that principle and started saying we're going to start punishing people on benefits, and punishing people who allegedly misclaim
Easy, too, to rail and rant against MPs who misclaim
generous expenses and sometimes (stand up Maria Miller and her apologogists) get rather uppity when such conduct is questioned.
The judgment states: "There was an indication that in the region of PS300,000 had been misclaimed
If the disadvantaged cheat the system of PS50 in misclaimed
benefits, they are scum and criminals.
"I looked at the scale of misclaims
and I estimate that the amount that he is due to repay – which is possibly an underestimate – is PS782,896."
She said: "I've never misclaimed
one penny on my expenses.
But though Cutting often sounds like a Social Creditor, Pound misclaimed
after Cutting's death that he had embraced Social Credit (pp.
Laing, after all, had to hand back PS25k she "misclaimed
" on her expenses.
A PEER is being let off repaying more than pounds 4,000 in expenses she was found to have misclaimed
Yet Jacqui Smith, who was deemed to have actually broken the rules and misclaimed
more than pounds 100,000, does not have to repay a penny!
Mr McLetchie said he had carried out parliamentary business from his firm's offices, but he also repaid pounds 250 which had been misclaimed
for a return flight to Bournemouth in 2002 and another trip to Selkirk in 2003.