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Invoices for professional services claimed by Tom Pursglove
CAS-109718
Disclosure Date:13 Apr 2018
Categories: COPIES OF RECEIPTS/INVOICES MPs' OFFICE COSTS MPs' STAFFING
Exemptions Applied: Section 40
Request

Invoices and supporting paperwork for the following claim item(s) from Tom Pursglove MP:

Form No.

Date

Expense Type

Details

Reimbursed

Status

0000610870

16/10/2017

Professional Services

Professional services and advice

£1,800.00

Allowed

0000586817

21/06/2017

Professional Services

Invoice for Extended Medical Report for MP Staff

£78.00

Allowed

Response

IPSA holds the information that you request.

Under the Scheme of MPs’ Business Costs and Expenses (‘the Scheme’), MPs can claim reimbursement for professional services, where services which support the MPs’ parliamentary functions are provided by companies, self-employed individuals and others not on the MP’s payroll.

As you may be aware, we publish details of all claims made by MPs for business costs and expenses on our website at the following address: http://www.theipsa.org.uk/mp-costs. The following details of the claims specified in your request have already been published.

Please use the links in the table below to view copies of the documentation submitted in support of these claims. A small amount of information has been redacted from these invoices. Further information on information which is exempt from disclosure can be found below.

Form No.

Date

Expense Type

Details

Reimbursed

Status

View invoice

0000610870

16/10/2017

Professional Services

Professional services and advice

£1,800.00

Allowed

Click here

0000586817

21/06/2017

Professional Services

Invoice for Extended Medical Report for MP Staff

£78.00

Allowed

Click here

Section 40 – personal information

We have withheld the names and data relating to third party individuals, including the names and details relating to junior staff members. Section 40(2) provides that personal information (as defined by the Data Protection Act) about third parties is exempt information if disclosure would breach the fair processing principle (Principle 1) of the DPA, where it would be unfair to those persons or is confidential.

You can find out more information about personal data and FOI via guidance from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) on their website: http://ico.org.uk.