We now know what Crosby MP Claire Curtis-Thomas claimed for
Dale Street Blues readers will remember that last week Claire Cutis-Thomas put out a preemptive statement about her expenses.
We now know that she claimed ÃÂ£9,000 for a fire escape in her second home in her constituency, which doubles as her office and was paid ÃÂ£4,000.
She also submitted claims for ÃÂ£12,000 for her kitchen and hall, and ÃÂ£20 for bank charges when overdrawn.
Thanks to the Telegraph's A to Z of MPs we also now know:
Wirral South MP Stephen Hesford put in a ÃÂ£5,599 bill for a new bathroom, but was only allowed ÃÂ£3,500 towards the cost.
Knowsley MP George Howarth claimed ÃÂ£1,000 for a chest of drawers which was reduced to ÃÂ£500 by the fees office. He also claimed ÃÂ£20 for a colander.
He apparently told the fees office he had bought the drawers because "they were the only ones that matched" his furniture.
Wavertree MP Jane Kennedy regularly claimed ÃÂ£400 a month for food, ÃÂ£200 for utilities, ÃÂ£200 for telephone bills, and ÃÂ£200 for service and maintenance on her second home, a flat in Lambeth.
And Riverside MP Louise Ellman claimed ÃÂ£594 for "leather effect" dining chairs.
This was on top of monthly interest of ÃÂ£838, plus annual service charges, on a flat in Westminster.