HILLINGDON'S three MPs claimed over £350,000 in expenses last year it has been revealed.
Details of MP expenses were published by Parliament, and while none of the Hillingdon MPs were among the highest claimants, their allowances avergaed out into the triple figures.
John McDonnell, Labour MP for Hayes and Harlington, was the biggest spender of the borough's elected representatives, claiming £131,373, as well as £3,807 on travel expenses.
Nick Hurd, Conservative MP for Ruislip and Northwood allowed himself nearly as much, claiming back £119,037 in addition to £2,444 in travel expenses.
At the bottom of the pile and by far the lowest spender, over £30,000 less than John McDonnell, was John Randall, Conservative MP for Uxbridge.
He was one of the few MPs not to reach triple figures, claiming £95,657 and £3,246 on travel.
The money was spent on staffing costs, stationary, IT support and office running costs.
None of the MPs claimed travel expenses for their families, unlike several who have seats in the House of Commons.