Liz Truss has been claiming from the £115,000-a-year public fund awarded to former prime ministers regardless of solely serving for 49 days.
Cupboard Workplace accounts launched on Tuesday present that the Conservative MP claimed £23,310 in her first 5 months out of workplace.
It was understood she has continued to say within the present monetary yr that began in April, however the sum is not going to be disclosed till subsequent yr’s report.
Ms Truss’s workplace declined to remark.
After she introduced her resignation, Labour chief Sir Keir Starmer was amongst these arguing that Ms Truss ought to “flip it down” due to the temporary time spent in No 10.
The Liberal Democrats’ Cupboard Workplace spokeswoman Christine Jardine urged Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to “do the appropriate factor and cease Liz Truss from claiming taxpayers’ money from the ex-PM fund”.
“It’s an outrage that whereas households battle to pay their payments and put meals on the desk, Liz Truss income from her personal failure,” she stated.
“If Liz Truss needs to chop tax she ought to lead by instance and cease taking hardworking British taxpayers for a trip by claiming handouts.”
The Public Obligation Value Allowance affords former prime ministers as much as £115,000 a yr to cowl workplace and secretarial prices arising from public duties.
Relevant prices together with these for working an workplace, dealing with correspondence as an ex-PM and for help with visits.
Sir Tony Blair and Sir John Main have been the one former leaders to say the utmost quantity in 2022/23, although Gordon Brown was shut on £114,627.
Ms Truss’s chaotic tenure in No 10 ended on October 25 after dropping the help of Tory MPs.
On Monday she defended her financial crisis-inducing mini-budget a yr on from her chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng unveiling the £45 billion bundle of unfunded tax cuts.
She hit out at economists and “institutional forms” for her downfall as she hinted at additional plans to intervene in Tory politics on the get together convention subsequent month.
The Cupboard Workplace accounts additionally detailed the whole value of Boris Johnson’s taxpayer-funded authorized defence to the inquiry that discovered he lied to MPs over partygate.
The ultimate value was put at £263,079, in keeping with what the division had beforehand revealed.