In a supersized version of crowdsourcing, the Guardian is asking its readers to sift through MP expense documents released by the UK government and pull out interesting nuggets and key facts.
The info goes into the Guardian’s Data Blog, which keeps a running total of some of the more eye-brow raising receipts turned in by the MPs.
A helpful suggestion from the Guardian: “Examples of things to look out for: food bills, repeated claims for less than £250 (the limit for claims not backed up by a receipt), and rejected claims.”
According to the latest stats, it seems the lawmakers spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Or at least having it decorated.