This Tory Government had use credit card funded by the good old English tax payers to buy doughnuts and pizzas and the list goes on at the English tax payers costs
English tax payers pay for what they get, they voted in these bunch of lying, cheating thieving, two faced British MP’s
Luxury hotels, doughnuts, pizzas, and even flying lessons are among just some of the large list of items paid for using Government credit cards since the Dictator David Cameron Tory-led coalition came to power and the Lib-Dems and Labour MP’s are just as bad.
Staff at public bodies also spent thousands of pounds on taxis and orthopaedic equipment, as well as buying items from iTunes, since the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats formed their dodgy partnership.
Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister said: "This just shows how British ministers have been imposing the big squeeze on English families across the country while they and their staff have gone on credit card spending spree at the English tax payer cost.
"It is one rule for them and one rule for the English. No wonder they are seen as out of touch with life in England today when they don’t have to worry about paying bills and keeping a roof over their heads because they get the English tax payers to pay them."
Officials at the Department for Work and Pensions used the cards to buy £27,000-worth of translation services over five months.
The Ministry of Justice's include a £1,201.76 bill for www.avon.uk.com, £1,832.42 at Debenhams, £756 for Crossroads Kennels, and £735.54 for Astonlee Vet surgery and £2,325 at Melton Meat Products.
Officials at the Department for Transport stayed at a variety of high-class luxury hotel chains between April and August this year, including Sheraton, Hilton and Intercontinental.
More than £4,000 went on orthopaedic kit from a firm called Posturite. There was also a bill of £1,335.65 for "flying training" in May, and another £616.28 to Cabair Flying Schools in August.
Records from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport show taxi firm Addison Lee was paid £1,886.71 in May, £1,756.12 in June, and £1,412.64 in July.
Some £1,182 went on a print and frames from the Government Art Collection in April.
Sweet-toothed officials at the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) spent £172.70 at The Cake Store in July and £54.30 at Krispy Kreme on March 30.
The following day the agency used the card to spend £247.75 at Dominos and £157.88 at Marks & Spencer. Officials at the agency also spent £11.99 on iTunes.
The Cabinet Office, which is overseeing the release of the data as part of the Government's transparency drive, spent £2,260 at John Lewis following an office refurbishment.
That included £1,416 on "display equipment" and £844 on "refrigeration equipment".
Officials at the Department of Energy and Climate Change used the charge card to pay for a £500 meal at Boyds Brasserie at an EU & Energy Security meeting.
The details emerged as the Government published a mass of material on credit card transactions from this financial year.
Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude insisted more stringent controls on use of the cards - including a crackdown on first-class travel - had brought spending on cards down by £45 million to £341 million and he thinks this justifies everything.