Reforms which were brought in after the MPs expenses scandal means that politicians must now declare and publish their expenses in full
Members of Parliament are able to use public money to pay for working expenses, such as travel, office costs and staffing their constituency offices.
Here are the smallest individual expenses MPs made in 20201, and what they claimed for.
1. Siobhan Bailie
The Conservative MP for Stroud claimed 50p on their expenses, for blu tac. Photo: (Photo: Parliamentary portrait)
2. Claire Hanna
The Social Democratic and Labour Party MP for Belfast South claimed £1 on their expenses, for The Financial Times newspaper Photo: (Photo: Parliamentary portrait)
3. Jane Stevenson
The Conservative MP for Wolverhampton North East made three claims of £1, for teaspoons, pens and a plate, and a £1.50 claim for a larger plate. Photo: (Photo: Parliamentary portrait)
4. Tim Loughton
The Conservative MP for East Worthing and Shoreham made three claims of £1.05 and one claim of £2.10 for local newspapers. Photo: (Photo: Parliamentary portrait)