Ann Clwyd I did not come to this Parliament to be an accountant
Posted by Lewis on the 6th June 2010
MOANING MPs risked fresh public anger over their taxpayer-funded expenses last night by protesting about the new sleaze watchdog.
Labour backbencher Ann Clwyd complained about the paperwork involved saying: “I did not come to this Parliament to be an accountant.”
An IPSA spokesman, said: “The fundamental basis of the new rules are fair, workable and transparent.”
I did not come to this Parliament to be an accountant.”
She was elected to represent the people of Cynon Valley but she refuses to do that by not responding to requests for help.
Seems to me she just wants the travel perks and the money live outside the area of Cynon Valley and do as little as possible for older people living in Cynon Valley who have worked all their lives in and around the South Wales area.
Different storey if you are a foreign national then she pulls out all the stops to help.
She is fortunate to have good health and grousing about filling in expense claims; if she can’t do the job why doesn’t she resign.