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She has defended the move on Twitter, saying she bought it for the bathroom at her office in London Road, Hilsea, so staff and constituents could wash their hands.The figures, which relate to expenses filed between April and June this year, also reveal Ms Mordaunt got back 19.58 for Fairtrade tea bags and 41.02 for Clipper Fairtrade organic freeze dried coffee.Ms Mordaunt also clawed back 22.28 for toilet roll, 2.72 for kitchen roll, 5.50 on bleach and 4.03 on Fairy liquid.Councillor John Ferrett, Portsmouth’s Labour group leader, attacked the claims and said public money needed to be better protected.He said: ‘Looking at some of the claims by Penny Mordaunt, they seem disproportionate and costly, given the fact we are in an era of austerity and we should do all we can to safeguard funds.’In the run up to the 2010 election, Penny Mordaunt was outspoken about expense claims by MPs.’Meanwhile, Portsmouth South MP Mike Hancock paid jordan retro and got back 236.55 for a paper shredder service he uses at his office in Albert Road, Southsea.He said that while the premises has a smaller shredder, it’s not as effective as the one he pays out for each month.’Sometimes we are shredding stuff we have got which is confidential how else can I get rid of i jordan retro t? If I can’t shred it, what can I do?’You can’t have papers piling up and piling up.’We looked around for the best deal and this one has a certificate saying it saves trees.’Havant MP David Willetts also managed to get back 387.41 he spent on stationery.The latest findings come after MPs defended their decision to file claims for council tax and energy bills.As previously reported, Mr Willetts claimed 2,596 back for his utility bills 814 on electricity and 1,782 for gas more than any other MP locally.This website and its associated newspaper adheres to the Press Complaints Commission’s Code of Practice. If you have a complaint about editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then contact the Editor by clicking here.If you remain dissatisfied with the response provided then you can contact the PCC by clicking here.Portsmouth News provides news, events and sport features from the Portsmouth area. For the best up to date information relating to Portsmouth and the surrounding areas visit us at Portsmouth News regularly or bookmark this page.Cookies are small data files which are sent to your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc) from a website you visit. They are stored on your electronic device.This is a type of cookie which is collected by Adobe Flash media player (it is also called a Local Sh jordan retro ared Object) a piece of software you may already have on your electronic device to help you watch online videos and listen to podcasts.Yes there are a number of options available, you can set your browser either to reject all cookies, to allow only “trusted” sites jordan retro to set them, or to only accept them from the site you are currently on.However, please note if you block/delete all cookies, some features of our websites, such as remembering your login details, or the site branding for your local newspaper may not function as a result.The types of cookies we, our ad network and technology partners use are listed below:Revenue Science A tool used by some of our advertisers to target adverts to you based on pages you have visited in the past. To opt out of this type of targeting you can visit the ‘Your Online Choices’ website by clicking here.Google Ads Our sites contain advertising from Google; these use cookies to ensure you get adverts relevant to you. You can tailor the type of ads you receive by visiting here or to opt out of this type of targeting you can visit the ‘Your Online Choices’ website by clicking here.Webtrends / Google Analytics This is used to help us identify unique visitors to our websites. This data is anonymous and we cannot use this to uniquely identify individuals and their usage of the sites.Dart for Publishers This comes from our ad serving technology and is used to track how many times you have seen a particular ad on our sites, so that you don’t just see one advert but an even spread. This information is not used by us for any other type of audience recording or monitoring.ComScore ComScore monitor and externally verify our site traffic data for use within the advertising industry. Any data collected is anonymous statistical data and cannot be traced back to an individual.Local Targeting Our Classified websites (Photos, Motors, Jobs and Property Today) use cookies to ensure you get the correct local newspaper branding and content when you visit them. These cookies store no personally identifiable information.