Government to review ministers’ severance payouts but rejects immediate reform

Conservative former minister Richard Fuller suggested abolishing the severance payments altogether, saying: “When people are struggling, it is galling that people who already earn £80,000-a-year salary for being a Member of Parliament, and then earn more on top of that for ministerial duties, are then given another payment when, for whatever reason … they get a severance package.”


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