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The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) has concluded that Pensions Minister, Paul Maynard, broke expenses rules when he used IPSA-funded equipment beyond the bounds of his agreement with the watchdog.

Following his investigation, the compliance officer found that the Pensions Minister had breached expenses rules and requested a repayment of £1,367, which Maynard paid on 2 May 2024








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