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Lynne Jones - designer wallpaper for the comrade sister.

Comrade Lynne Jones, the far-Left Labour MP, billed the taxpayer more than £1,100 for upmarket Farrow & Ball wallpaper as part of a redecoration programme at her second home in London.

Miss Jones, a leading member of the Socialist Campaign Group founded by supporters of Tony Benn, gave her Lambeth flat a £22,000 facelift which also included £6,100 for a new bathroom, £600 for Persian rugs and £518 for an LCD television.

Almost £7,000 of claims for painting and decorating, furnishings and a new boiler were paid out.

The cost to the taxpayer would have been even greater if the parliamentary fees office had not refused to pay for other items deemed “excessive”, that included two limited edition etchings by the artist Phil Greenwood which cost a total of £725, and £1,105 of decorating work for which the bill was put in too late.
Between 2004 and 2008 she claimed a total of £61,468 in second home allowances for her London flat, where the mortgage interest repayments in 2008 were just £314 per month.
In the same period, Miss Jones claimed £5,074 for a painter and decorator. In addition she claimed for 11 rolls of block printed Farrow & Ball “St Antoine” wallpaper, at £63.99 per roll; eight rolls of Farrow & Ball Toile Trellis wallpaper at £52 per roll, and £71.50 for Farrow & Ball paint.

The mother of two also submitted two invoices for the refurbishment of a bathroom, totalling £6,100, £323 for two pictures, £1,298 for a bed from the Iron Bed Company, £600 for bookshelves and £878 for new floorboards. She claimed £600 towards the £1,300 cost of two Persian rugs.

An £815 bill for the replacement of two radiators was submitted twice and appeared to have been paid for twice.

Comrade Lynne also supported an EDM fawning over murdering sack of shit Che Guevara

I wonder if she knew about Che being anti gay what with her pro gay stance, I wonder how her socialist brain equates the two?

She also opposed sanctions on Cuba despite that nation breaking human rights laws and still holding political prisoners in gulags. Link.

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