I pay a fiver a year for one domain name from Google. So why does any MP (no names no pack drill) need to claim (at £10 a year each) on their communications allowance for five domain names for their website?
It seems a bit like overkill to me. Surely one is enough isn't it?
Update: Costigan Quist makes a very point on the comments. I have had a look at other MPs and have found:
A. No web services claimed for
B. No communications allowance claim
C. 2 domains claimed for
D. 1 domain claimed for
and also variations in the cost of web services. One manages on £425, another in the next door constituency claims for £1000.