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EXPENSES UPDATE AUGUST 2013 TO OCTOBER 2013.

The expenses claimed over the period 1st August 2012 to 31st October 2012 were as follows:

Phone Bills

I claim for only 75% of the cost of my mobile phone. These came to:

Mobile phone: £506.15 (this covers bills from previous quarters as well)

Constituency office phone: £121.26

Travel costs

Train/ underground travel from Chesterfield to London: £4286.93

Taxis: £10.20

Costs associated with London flat

Water: £48.79

TV License: £145.50

Rent

My monthly rent on the one bedroom London flat is £1490

Stationery, Toners and Ancillaries

Toners: £562.80

Toners for Westminster office: £445.20

Stationary: £65.72

Constituency Office costs:

The quarterly rent for the constituency office is £1495 per quarter.

Broadband: £104.32

Gas: £77.26

Service charge: £561.03

Computer purchase: £1007.95

Staff training: £85

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Welcome

I am Toby Perkins, Labour's Member of Parliament for Chesterfield. If you would like to get in touch with me, my office is open and can be reached by phone on 01246 386 286. I also hold regular surgeries so that constituents can meet me and I can take up their concerns. If you would like to make an appointment then please do contact my office. Thank you for visiting.

Contact Toby

Tel: 01246 386286
Email: toby.perkins.mp@parliament.uk
Post: 113 Saltergate, Chesterfield, S40 1NF

Surgeries

I hold regular surgeries for my constituents.
Please call 01246 386286 or email toby.perkins.mp@parliament.uk to make a booking.

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