MPs EXPENSES: How David Heathcoat-Amory spent 380 on 550 packs of horse compost (and 1.95 on sunflower seeds)

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David Heathcoat-Amory spent practically 400 on manure
Former bookkeeper what’s more, rancher David Heathcoat-Amory knows how to get the best out of his cash what’s more, the sprouts in his garden.

So no question the Tory MP thought it was a savvy move at the point when he guaranteed more than 380 of horse fertilizer for his garden.
His electorate home is in Pilton, close where the Glastonbury Celebration is held.
According to the Day by day Telegraph, Mr Heathcoat-Amory submitted 19 claims for fertilizer between 2004 what’s more, 2007.

The most costly single charge was for 45. With sacks costing 70p, it implies more than 550 eould have been utilized over the period.
The expenses office did not inquiry any of them.

Mr Heathcoat-Amory too submitted planting bills, counting 6 for the utilize of a chainsaw, 1.95 for seeds, 15 to move rubbish, 2 for mouse harm what’s more, 5 to repair a wheelbarrow puncture.
In 2005, he submitted a receipt for ‘gardening services’ appearing he paid 605 for 67-and-a-half hours work in the month of October.

He guaranteed another 1,792.50 worth of solicitations from a planting firm between July what’s more, September 2007.

Maintenance costs: Beales House in Pilton, Somerset, home of Moderate MP for Wells, David Heathcoat-Amory
Another 2,371.86 was paid to the same planting firm from April to June in 2008.

Mr Heathcoat-Amory too submitted a 986.17 charge for warming oil in January 2008.

He submitted a charge of more than 50 for applying a spring weed-and-feed treatment, greenery executioner what’s more, herbicide to his lawn, in 2006.

Another receipt of 30 in 2007 was for ‘tractor hedge-trimming plantation street hedge’.

A further one for 363.43 was for harm caused by squirrels to the electrics in his loft, what’s more, by mice in the kitchen roof.

The 60-year-old – who was instructed at Eton what’s more, Oxford – is the child of a English Armed force Brigadier what’s more, the nephew of Harold Macmillan’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, Viscount Amory.
He qualified as an bookkeeper in 1974, what’s more, was chosen to the House of Lodge in 1983 for the Somerset situate of Wells.
In 1997 he joined the shadow bureau of William Hague as the Shadow Boss Secretary to the Treasury, what’s more, was the Shadow Secretary of State for Exchange what’s more, Industry from 2000.

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