Members' allowances

Details of expenditure for:

  • Members of the House of Commons
  • Members of the House of Lords
  • Financial assistance to Opposition parties in the House of Lords and Lords' expenses

House of Commons

Search by MP, type of allowance or date from 2008 until IPSA took over responsibility for the payment of Members' expenses on 7 May 2010, (from 2 March 2011) includes the Winding-up allowance

House of Lords

Information on allowances for Members of the Lords, including details of expenses and the system of financial support; and information on the system of financial assistance for Opposition parties in the Lords

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Members' financial interests

MPs must register any financial or non-financial interests that might reasonably be thought to influence their actions.

House of Commons

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The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) took over responsibility for the payment of MPs' expenses from 7 May 2010