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Michael Connarty - Another amoral cunny in The House.

More theft....Mr Connarty sold his flat in the capital to Mr Devine, an MP from a neighbouring constituency, and left behind some of his furnishings and household items when he moved out.
Mr Devine agreed to pay Mr Connarty £4,000, including £1,000 for a sofa bed. Mr Devine then reclaimed the entire sum as expenses incurred at his designated second home.

Mr Connarty, the MP for Linlithgow and Falkirk East, then claimed thousands of pounds for goods for his new second home in London, including a £250 alarm clock and luxury stereo equipment.

He also claimed back the cost of two beds and two sofas, all purchased in Scotland, which were delivered to his constituency home in Falkirk and an address in Glasgow.

Less than two weeks before his arrangement with Mr Devine, Mr Connarty submitted an expenses claim for £509.87, including £379.99 for a television and £69.99 for a Freeview box.

About a year later, in March 2007, Mr Connarty submitted a claim for a £ 1,099 plasma television bought from John Lewis in Glasgow. He also spent £ 299 on a Panasonic TV stand, bringing his total claim to £ 1,398. However, the fees ffice agreed to pay just £750 of the claim for the television, the maximum allowed for a TV under the expenses system. Mr Connarty's designated second home remained in London, but in January 2007 he claimed £1,114.75 for a bed and bed frame bought at a shop in Falkirk .

The delivery address was his constituency home in the town. He also reclaimed the cost of a £149 footstool and £649 sofa bought from the Stirling branch of Reid Furniture and delivered to his Falkirk home. The following month, he changed his designated second home to a flat in 

London owned by Ian Davidson, the Labour MP for Glasgow South West. Around the same time, he reclaimed £619 for another sofa, bought from the same branch of Reid's, which was also delivered to his Falkirk constituency home. He also submitted a £1,124 claim for a bed and accessories bought from a Glasgow branch of a different bed store.

The receipt shows it was to be delivered to M Connarty at an address in Glasgow. In April 2007, while Mr Davidson's flat was still his designated second home, Mr Connarty claimed £2,181 for household goods, including £230 for bedding from John Lewis. Mr Connarty also claimed for a digital radio (£228.95), and kitchen knives, a kettle and a set of scales (£178.95), all from John Lewis. He also reclaimed £249.99 for an alarm clock radio bought at Comet and £211.91 for a Bose iPod docking station. This device includes a wire- less remote and plays music from a user's iPod, but lower specification models can be purchased for about £40.

The MP also claimed £191.49 for "Bose sound dock headphones". In August 2007, Mr Connarty bought a £365,000 flat near Mr Davidson's with the help of an interest-only mortgage, charging the taxpayer £13,136.01 in conveyancing costs and stamp duty. He designated this as his new second home and started reclaiming the mortgage interest of about £1,700 per month using his expenses.

I covered the other cunt Devine here. Sack the fucking pair of them and charge them with theft, take all their assets under proceeds of crime legislation; then jail the fuckers for a damn long time.
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CryBaby said...

yes, sack them, charge them, jail them, then fuck them. After all that, deport the fuckers.

Fidothedog said...

Have to disagree on deporting them, the third world has enough corrupt fuckers without ours as well.