Nine MPs use parliamentary expenses to fund Amazon Prime subscriptions

A number of MPs have claimed for their Amazon Prime subscription in their Parliamentary expenses. 

Nine MPs were found to have included the service in claims over the last three years, according to new figures seen by the Daily Mirror. 

Some said the claim had been made in error or had occurred after a forgotten month’s free trial, while others attempted to justify the cost. 

SNP’s Lisa Cameron said: “With the opening of my constituency offices, on a number of occasions equipment was ordered through Prime membership offering longitudinal savings on timeous delivery costs.

“This particular expense was not entered

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