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North Antrim MP has credit card suspended

Ian Paisley had his official credit card suspended after running up almost £6,500 in expenses debts, it can be revealed.
The North Antrim MP was one of 19 Commons members who have had their payment cards temporarily suspended by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) since January 1 this year.
It can also be revealed that Mr Paisley owed £13,833.38 on June 29. A spokesman for Mr Paisley said the matter had been addressed earlier this week.

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