AN MP has been reprimanded for using taxpayers’ cash to send 200 birthday cards to children turning 18.
The Scottish National Party’s David Linden used pre-paid envelopes, embossed with a Westminster logo, for the cards.
They were mocked up to show him holding a cake.
He used London landmarks, such as the Big Ben tower and the Houses of Parliament, on the front of the cards — even though he wants a breakaway Scotland.
A Parliament inquiry said he had used them to promote himself and ordered him to pay back £147.34 in postage.
Mr Linden admitted he had breached the Parliamentary code of conduct.
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