Expenses Feb12 - Apr 13 (17 Apr 2013)
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Sept - Feb Expenses (21 Feb 2012)
Charlie's expenses from September 2011 to mid February 2012 can now be seen here. Expenses include travel between London and Dover/Deal, office costs and the rent of the Whip Blackberry as well as the travel expenses of an intern who helped in the Westminster office.
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June - August expenses (07 Sep 2011)
Charlie's expenses from June to August 2011 can now be seen here. Expenses include car travel between London and Dover/Deal, office costs and the rent of the Whip Blackberry.
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Jan - May expenses (19 May 2011)
Charlie's expenses from January to May 2011 can now be seen here. Expenses include car travel between London and Dover/Deal, office costs and the rent of the Whip Blackberry.
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Expenses published (27 Jan 2011)
Here Charlie publishes his latest expenses (Sept to Jan). Particular points to note are that car travel claims are now included and constituency office rental and services are provided by Dover & Deal Conservatives (it is cheaper to rent the office space for constituency based work and obtain the constituency based help in this way than hiring a separate constituency office).
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House Magazine article on the People's Port (04 Oct 2010)
Here Charlie writes in the influential House Magazine about why making Dover a People's Port is so important.
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Expenses claimed (03 Aug 2010)
The PDF file is quite big. It consists of all the expense invoices Charlie has submitted since being elected, honouring Charlie's pledge to be open, transparent and accountable on expenses.
Charlie does not claim for homes, food or furniture. Charlie claims for travel to and from Parliament and his home in Deal. He does not claim for travel around the constituency. The distance is 84 miles and works out at £33 each trip. Basically Charlie makes a trip to and from Deal every week. The Parliamentary expense system does not currently seem to make it possible to show the claims - Charlie intends to display travel claims as soon as he can find a way of doing so.
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Plan for a People's Port (20 Jun 2010)
In this letter to the Secretary of State for Transport, Charlie makes the case against the sale of the Port of Dover. Instead he says it should become the People's Port and makes the case for the community to buy the Port.
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Economic trouble (18 Dec 2008)November 2008 article on Conservative Home where Charlie Elphicke summarises his latest Centre for Policy Studies paper
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Uh-Oh, We're In Trouble (17 Nov 2008)2008 Centre for Policy Studies paper setting how how Gordon Brown has basically managed to bankrupt Britain.
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