IPSA chief's parting shots at critics

BBC News 

The departing head of the Parliamentary expenses watchdog has defended the decision to award MPs a 10% pay rise in a parting shot at his critics. Sir Ian Kennedy said the "unpopular" decision had been proved right. The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority was set up as a response to the expenses scandal, but the new system has been criticised by some MPs. Sir Ian compared his task to "mud-wrestling" and being a "voyager through Dante's Inferno". In the introduction to IPSA's report on the last Parliament, he said he had been "turned over" by Westminster journalists when he was appointed to the job, and said there were loud "noises off" criticising the new body after it was created in 2009.

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