A handover of control of politicians' allowances and expenses to the Remuneration Authority has broad support across Parliament - but some are balking at losing control of all the funding entitlements.

A Law Commission report yesterday recommended ending the days of MPs setting their own entitlements for travel, accommodation and office costs and instead handing the job over to the Remuneration Authority.

Prime Minister John Key moved almost immediately to take up the recommendation, saying he hoped to introduce legislation early next year and pass it by the end of the year.

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