BORIS Johnson last night urged Commons sleaze bosses to probe MPs who claim rent for a London flat on expenses while renting out their own property in the capital.
More than a dozen are using a loophole which is within the rules but was branded “plain wrong” by senior MP Sir Roger Gale last night.
The PM urged the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner to review it, saying: “All those things have got to be looked into.”
He insisted the sleaze allegations dogging his party will not cost them the by-election in Bexley, South East London, following the death of James Brokenshire.
The PM has been slammed for trying to weaken Commissioner Kathryn Stone’s powers after ex-Tory MP Owen Paterson breached lobbying rules.
MPs including Sir Geoffrey Cox and ex-minister Liam Fox currently claim for rent on expenses while letting their own property out for more than £10,000 per year.
Last night Tories and Labour were tied on 35 per cent in a YouGov poll.