Medway Elects
Tracey Crouch

MP for Chatham and Aylesford

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Terms of Office

Tracey Crouch has served the following terms of office:

UK Parliament

Chatham and Aylesford
  6 May 2010 -

MPs' Expenses

All Members of Parliament receive a basic salary and some receive an additional salary if they have specific jobs (although ministerial salaries are paid by a separate body and not listed here). MPs are also entitled to claim the London Area Living Payment (LALP) to help cover the increased cost of living in Central London, or otherwise claim accommodation expenses for a second property or hotel stays. They are also entitle to expenses to cover the cost of running their office (rent, essential bills and staff payroll) and essential travel. All expenses are within agreed limits set by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority.

The amount Tracey Crouch received each year in salary and expenses was:

2018/2019 £258,187.82

Salary
Basic Salary £77,379.00
Total £77,379.00

Office Running Costs
Office Costs £16,676.03
Staffing £150,452.79
Total £167,128.82

Other Parliamentary Costs
Travel £160.00
Accommodation £13,520.00
Total £13,680.00

Total Salary £77,379.00

Total Expenses £180,808.82

2017/2018 2017/2018 £243,376.78

2016/2017 2016/2017 £223,826.18

2015/2016 2015/2016 £228,892.01

2014/2015 2014/2015 £227,781.06

2013/2014 2013/2014 £239,676.72

2012/2013 2012/2013 £218,227.73

2011/2012 2011/2012 £191,644.01

2010/2011 2010/2011 £141,730.22

MPs' expenses information is only available from 2010 onwards. Click on a year to see a detailed breakdown of Tracey Crouch's salary and expenses.

Electoral History

Tracey Crouch has stood in the following elections:

UK Parliament

12 December 2019
Chatham and Aylesford
  Tracey Elizabeth Anne Crouch 28,856 Elected

8 June 2017
Chatham and Aylesford
  Tracey Elizabeth Anne Crouch 25,587 Elected

7 May 2015
Chatham and Aylesford
  Tracey Elizabeth Anne Crouch 21,614 Elected

6 May 2010
Chatham and Aylesford
  Tracey Elizabeth Anne Crouch 20,230 Elected

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