Tory MP Ken Clarke has given up the lucrative grace-and-favour pension pot he is entitled to as Lord Chancellor.
The benefit allows the holder of the office to 50% of their salary every year on retirement. Official documents on the Parliament website state the Lord Chancellor's ministerial entitlement is £79,754...
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