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There are a number of special tax rules that apply to Members of Parliament (MPs). In the main, they provide exemptions for the various kinds of travel and subsistence expenses and other allowances paid to Westminster MPs, and as appropriate, to Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) and the National Assembly for Wales.
Members of the UK Parliament are entitled to claim expenses in respect of:
UK travel they undertake in order to allow them to carry out their parliamentary duties
evening meals taken on the Parliamentary Estate when the MP has to be present because the House is sitting beyond 7.30pm
travel by their spouse between their London-area accommodation and the constituency, if the spouse and the MP share caring responsibilities
European travel to and from an EU institution or agency or the national parliament of another Member State, of a candidate or applicant country or of any other country that is a member of the Council of Europe
See Parliamentary Standards Act 2009, s 5.
All of the above expenses are exempt from both tax and NIC. See ITEPA 2003, ss 293A and 294, and SI 2001/1004, Sch 3, para 16.
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