Standards Commissioner Kathryn Stone said people are “very angry” about the wages raked in by some backbenchers and the perceived conflicts to which it can lead.
She said her office received “an awful lot of letters” from people concerned MPs are “getting away with things”.
Ms Stone and her team have been criticised over their handling of investigations.
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