Last week this site revealed how Sir Peter continued using Transport for London resources to transport his luggage around the capital despite quitting the organisation two years ago to become Chair or Network Rail.
Back in November I got a tip off that Londoners were paying to transport former TfL commissioner, now Network Rail Chairman, Sir Peter Hendy’s luggage between his new office and Victoria Coach Station and I couldn’t resist asking TfL if the claims were true.
Sir Peter Hendy may have left TfL but delays in publishing expenses claims means there’s still a little bit of life left in the ‘How much is Hendy costing us?’ story.
Transport for London’s Alcohol at Work Policy says drinking booze can “will adversely affect safety, performance, conduct or efficiency” so why do its top managers spend so much taxpayer cash on fine wines?
Government ministers, opposition politicians, potential Mayoral candidates, well-paid Whitehall mandarins and senior Transport for London executives have all been enjoying slap-up meals and fine wines courtesy of London fare-payers.