The Commons has been criticised for not publishing the sums given to retiring MPs, and those who lost their seats, in lucrative resettlement grants.
It published a list of 220 ex-MPs who received the "golden goodbyes" - worth up to £64,766 for long-serving MPs. But the amounts paid have not been revealed - a Commons spokeswoman said they could be worked out.
FOI campaigner Heather Brooke said the Commons was "wilfully with holding" information from the public.
My comment: The fact that MPs who abused their expenses during the expense scandal are now getting a golden goodbye is just plain wrong!
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