Parliamentary expenses

A guide to parliamentary gadgets

After famously criticising Rishi Sunak for his ‘£180 Bluetooth coffee mug’ back in July last year, Labour’s Angela Rayner seems to have started something of a gadget war. On Monday she came under fire for claiming a pair of Apple AirPods on parliamentary expenses. It was then swiftly pointed out that Peter Bone has also splashed out on some tax-payer funded ear gear. When it comes to the latest tech trends, Westminster is clearly leading the way. So here’s where to procure some parliamentary gadgetry of your own: Bluetooth coffee cup, Rishi Sunak Angela Rayner’s online sleuthing may have led her to the conclusion that Rishi’s snazzy bluetooth self-heating mug set him back £180 but there are less expensive models