Former defence minister Peter Luff, who was named by the newspaper as one of the 27, declined to comment on the claims.
According to the Daily Telegraph Mr Luff lets one small residential property in London he owns jointly with his wife but also claimed £17,799 in expenses for rental payments in the last financial year.
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