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Far-right group should repay 427,000 euros to EU parliament: budget report

Apo - A group of far-right parties, dominated by France's National Front, should pay back hundreds of thousands of euros in expense payments by the European Parliament, according to a document seen by AFP Monday.

Op-Ed: Canadian Minister Bev Oda opts for the high life

Ottawa - International Development Minister Bev Oda's trip to London, UK is under fire in Ottawa after it was revealed that instead of staying at The Grange St Paul's she opted for The Savoy. She has since reimbursed taxpayers those fees.

Op-Ed: Lord Fraud is back, and pleading for a second chance

London - Lord Taylor of Warwick is out of gaol and says he wants to make amends for dipping his hand into the public purse. He could start by taking on the crooks who haven't served hard time - the banksters.

Ex-Minister jailed for false expense claims

London - After several inquests following the outbreak of the expenses scandal in the United Kingdom, Elliot Morley has become the first former minister to be jailed.

British Members of Parliament accused of abusing expense claims

A leak to The Daily Telegraph newspaper about the expenses of British MPs has caused consternation amongst the public. The first casualty is expected to be The Speaker of The House of Commons, Michael Martin, who didn't condemn the abuse of expenses.

Op-Ed: When Staying Within the Rules is not Enough

This week, another British Government Minister is in trouble over expenses. Work and Pensions Minister Tony McNulty is facing an enquiry over housing expense claims.

Op-Ed: How To Manufacture a Daily Palin Controversy

This morning Washington Post staff writers, James V. Grimaldi and Karl Vick, released a lengthy three-page report entitled "Palin Billed State for Nights Spent at Home." The title indicates that something must be very fishy with Palin’s expense reports.

Generous Teachers Rewarded

Teachers spend approximately $4 billion a year out of their own pockets to provide various supplies that help ensure a functional learning environment. The Day Made Better campaign gave back to 23 teachers in the Denver area.

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