Expenses claimed by Kevan Jones MP


Please can you supply all expenses with regards to Kevan Jones MP County Durham's expenses in this Parliament


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IPSA publishes details of all claims for business costs and expenses on our website every other month. You can view the published information via this link to our publication website.

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The FOIA states that information that is accessible by other means is not subject to release. Therefore, as the information you have requested is already available on our website, it is exempt from disclosure under section 21 of the FOIA (information accessible to applicant by other means).

For your reference, the next publication date is 8 January 2015, which will cover those claims processed by IPSA during August and September 2014. Claims subsequently processed by IPSA will follow in future publications.

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We have considered whether the public interest in releasing the information outweighs the application of the exemption. It is our opinion that the public interest is best served by publishing a full list rather than on an ad hoc basis, as in this way a clear and complete set of information is published, avoiding any potential confusion. It is for this reason that the application of the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosure at this stage.

13 November 2014
Exemptions Applied:
Section 21