The House of Commons spent £2 million on gagging orders!  Politics MUST be changed for the better.

From 2013 – 2017, the House of Commons spent £2,407,176.92 of tax payer’s money on gagging orders to employees in the House of Commons.

The six largest singular payments were :


Is this how we want our Parliament to behave?  Over that five year period, there were 49 individuals who received payments in settlement agreements containing confidentiality clauses, totaling a sum of £2,407,176.92.  What was so bad that they needed to be gagged and offered money?

Politics HAS TO CHANGE in our U.K. Parliament.  Join us today in our fight for a better, democratic and fair system – get rid of the old, and bring in the new.

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