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Renovation of parliamentary flats cost nearly £700,000 of public money

Emails released under FoI show officials were initially given a budget of £280,000

A secret plan to renovate five ‘grace and favour’ flats on the parliamentary estate for senior House of Commons staff has cost nearly £700,000 of public money, the Guardian can reveal.

Emails released under the Freedom of Information Act show that officials were initially given a budget of £280,000 for the refurbishment.

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