Drugs, death threats, assaults and stolen Bibles: Parliament's crime spree revealed
PUBLISHED May 15, 2012
The list of reported crimes included the theft of Bibles worth £90 from Portcullis House, where MPs have their offices, and the taking of a £250 floral arrangement from the House of Lords.
Of the 101 crimes reported on the Parliament Estate between January 2011 and March 2012, 76 were thefts including thousands of pounds worth of laptops, ipads, mobile telephones and electronics. In total £46,922.55 of goods were stolen.