MPs’ latest expenses now published

LABOUR leader - and Doncaster North MP - Ed Miliband filed the second lowest claim among Yorkshire and Humberside MPs according to details released by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority.

Mr Miliband claimed £74,357 in expenses during 2010/11, according to the figures just released.His claim was broken down as follows: £8,018.41 for running his constituency office, £7,630.02 for accommodation, £1,612.26 for general admin, £526.30 for travel and subsistence and £56,570.64 for staffing.

Rosie Winterton, the Doncaster Central MP claimed a total of £126,027.20, broken down as follows: £12,064.56 for her constituency office, £2,829.83 for accommodation, £7,142.74 for general administration, £6,088.85 for travel and subsistence and £97,901.22 for staffing.Don Valley MP Caroline Flint’s claim was for £110,768 which included £7,645.06 for her constituency office, £8,256.40 for accommodation, £3,669.52 for general admin, £5,215.36 for travel and subsisdence and £85,982.08 for staffing.Foreign secretary William Hague, theRichmond MP, claimed £71,000.