Ah! At last!
Step 1 - to make all elected members accountable to the public. Published expenses, salaries, staffing levels and costs per MP hopefully as part of a .gov website but maybe on a more independent footing.
Step 2 - similar levels of accountability by
(a) all state employees (direct employment by the state)
(b) by all organisations depending heavily upon state sponsorship (eg an ALMO or other such organisation in which the sole client/customer/shareholder is a state funded body or organisations which have income of 60% or greater from public funds or indirectly funded with public money.
Accepting public money also means accepting public accountability (CIPFA please take notes) Oh, for CIPFA NOT to have any involvement in the accountability processes (they seem far too -erm- wise?)