Andrew Rosindell says MPs need second jobs because they ‘have families and responsibilities’

A Conservative MP who spoke out in favour of scrapping the £20 Universal Credit cut has urged caution over changing the rules around second jobs for MPs.
Andrew Rosindell, who represents Romford, described himself as "very cautious" about banning second jobs because it would mean significant lifestyle changes for some MPs.
In July, Rosindell backed plans to scrap the temporary uplift in Universal Credit, saying that some people didn't need the extra money.

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