IPSA to assess claims against pensions minister Paul Maynard

Minister accused of using taxpayer money for political party purposes

Professional Pensions
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Claims that pensions minister Paul Maynard broke parliamentary rules by using taxpayer money to fund Conservative Party work and campaigning are to be assessed by a watchdog, reports say.

An article in The Sunday Times yesterday reported the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) has referred Paul Maynard for investigation over allegations the minister had claimed back...

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