House of Commons Expenditure - Transparency Publications
As part of its commitment to openness and transparency, the House of Commons Commission has chosen to publish information relating to its expenditure of £25,000 and more and Goverment Procurement Card expenditure of £500 and more.
This reflects what is now happening across the public sector and although not a Government Department, the House of Commons will publish information in line with HM Treasury's guidance for the Civil Service.
Publications of payments for House of Commons expenditure of £25,000 and more
Data will be released relating to House of Commons expenditure of £25,000 and more from January 2012.
- Transparency Reporting - January 22
- Transparency Reporting - February 22
- Transparency Reporting - March 22
- Transparency Reporting - April 22
N.B. Any payments to barristers listed
Within this data represent gross fee payments, which is not the same as income. From these payments all self-employed barristers have to deduct the costs of running their practices. They have to make their own provision for holiday, sickness and pension provision. Payments are inclusive of VAT, which barristers have to repay to the government.
Publications of payments for House of Commons expenditure via Government Procurement Cards of £500 and more
Data will be released relating to House of Commons GPC expenditure of £500 or more from April 2013