Sir Peter Hendy faces calls to publish the names of those he entertains on expenses after it emerged fare-payers are picking up the tab for expensive wines and generous tips.
Seven meals ranging between £105.37 and £450.00 were claimed on expenses in the period, with Sir Peter charging taxpayers a further £1,067 for taxi journeys.
This quarter’s disclosure of expenses claims by senior Transport for London staff shows that most found it unnecessary to taxi between locations or eat at taxpayer expense during their oh-so important meetings.
Transport Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy spent just £470 on taxis between July-September, just a third of the sum claimed in the first three months of the year. Sir Peter hit the deadlines last year after claiming more than £5,141.99 in expenses, including £2,500 on Taxis and travelling costs. Between January and March 2013 Sir Peter […]
Transport for London boss SIr Peter Hendy cut his expenses claims by over £600 in the second quarter of this year. Last year Sir Peter and TfL’s chief officers charged fare-payers thousands of pounds for Taxi fares, meals and coffee mugs. The figures were revealed following Freedom of Information requests by MayorWatch. In January TfL […]