The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority ('IPSA')1 is responsible for determining members' pay and setting the level of any increase in their salary2. It is also responsible for the oversight of the MPs' pension scheme3.
The IPSA may do anything (except borrow money) which is calculated to facilitate the carrying out of its functions or is incidental or conducive to the carrying out of those functions4. Provision is also made with regard to the formation of committees and sub-committees by the IPSA5, the regulation of IPSA procedure6, the appointment of its chief executive and other staff7, the separation of administrative and
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