HAMPSHIRE MPs have be lavished with gifts, including trips to Royal Ascot, Twickenham and even Glastonbury Festival, it has been revealed.

The Register of Members’ Financial Interests document, published by Parliament, has shown expenses claimed by MPs, fees they have received for additional work and other revenue earned since the latter part of 2016.

One of those was Winchester MP Steve Brine who received nearly £2,000 worth of gifts over the past year.

In October 2016 Mr Brine received two tickets to the British Masters golf tournament from Sky UK, worth £800, while in June he receive a further two tickets to Glastonbury Festival, plus accommodation, worth more than £1,100.

Eastleigh MP Mims Davies was another to receive entrance to several prestigious events.

The 42-year-old was gifted tickets by ITV to the National Television Award, valued at £1,028; a Six Nations rugby match, including hospitality, £2,012; and Royal Ascot, including hospitality, £718.80.

Southampton Itchen MP Royston Smith also enjoyed a day out at a sporting event. The Premier League gifted him two tickets to a football match in February this year, which included hospitality. This was valued at £528.

He also received more than £18,000 between August 2016 and April 2017 from Barker Mill Estates, where he worked 10 hours a month as a consultant.

Fellow city MP Alan Whitehead, member for Southampton Test, received no gifts according to the document. However, it did note that he owns a holiday home in Devon, valued at more than £100,000.

Nevertheless, Caroline Nokes, MP for Romsey and Southampton North was another to receive tickets to special events.

She was gifted £599-worth of hospitality tickets to Royal Ascot in June this year from ITV. Ms Nokes is a keen lover of horses.

New Forest East MP Dr Julian was another that was to not have received any gifts.

Desmond Swayne, New Forest West, also did not receive any gifts, according to the report, but it did note that he employs his wife Moira as his secretary. Her wages are paid for from his parliamentary expenses.

And the reported also noted that Meon Valley MP George Hollingbery did not receive any gifts, but it did reveal that his is the director of the Spey Fishing Trust, as his family has an interest in fishing on the River Spey.

The Daily Echo contacted all MPs involved in the article, of which only one, Mr Hollingbery, responded, but he did not wish to comment.