LORD HANNINGFIELD CLAIMS HE HAD TO FIDDLE EXPENSES TO LOOK AFTER HIS CHICKENS
Tory baron who milked expenses allowance claims he needed the money to pay a man to look after his chickens
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Mirror.co.uk (Date:05/02/2014 16:42)
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