A wealthy Conservative MP has been criticised for claiming 13p for Tipp-Ex on his parliamentary expenses.
Andrew Mitchell, the Shadow Secretary for International Development, also submitted a 45p invoice for a stick of glue.
The former investment banker is regarded as one of the richest MPs at Westminster. A descendant of the founders of the El Vino wine merchants, he lives in a £2million house in Islington, North London.
The two claims form part of the £26,500 Mr Mitchell has sought to recoup in expenses since May last year. They appear in an online register of expenses submitted by senior Tories.