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The content on this page relates to the work of the Committee until the Dissolution of Parliament on 12 April 2010.
The Members Estimate Committee has a new homepage which provides the latest information about the work and membership of the Committee.
Following the Dissolution of Parliament on 12 April, the Members Estimate Committee has ceased to exist until the House re-assembles. It will then again have the same members as the House of Commons Commission. The information on these pages refers to the Committee and its work before Parliament was dissolved.
The Members Estimate Committee considers matters relating to MPs pay and allowances on behalf of the House of Commons. It has the same membership as the House of Commons Commission.
The Members Estimate Committee has published a supplementary report on the review of second home payments. It includes the decisions on the remaining 14 appeals and provides an update on the repayments made. Review of past ACA payments: supplementary report
Review of past ACA payments, including report by Sir Thomas Legg
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