Maria Miller be forced to pay back £45.000
Parliament’s standards commissioner, said earlier this year that the Culture Secretary Maria Miller should hand back £45,000 in over-claimed allowances for a house in south-west London.
However MPs on the Commons standards committee overruled the commissioner and said Mrs Miller would have to repay just £5,800 and apologise for her “attitude” during the inquiry.
This is not good enough Mrs Miller needs to pay back the full £45.000 or Resign. Make parliament force Mrs Miller to do the right thing and pay back the money she stole from all tax paying people and make more than a 32 sec apology.
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