One rule for them…
While the new ULEZ charge is designed to make motorists make greener choices, there is one group that can still pass on the pain.
In total 86 Tory MPs were identified as having expensed green charges, including several current and former ministers.
They include Northern Ireland minister Conor Burns, who claimed £302, and Wales minister David TC Davies who pocketed over £192.
There were also 24 Labour politicians on the list such as shadow home secret Nick Thomas-Symonds and high profile backbencher Jess Philips.
Even the speaker of the Commons, Lindsay Hoyle, expensed £25 worth of road charges in March this year.
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