Baroness Warsi

  morddwyd 09:10 27 May 12
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Widely reported to be some discrepancy with her expenses.

Genuine "oversight" or are they, to lapse into the vernacular, still "at it"?

  interzone55 09:16 27 May 12

Not necessarily still "at it", as these claims related to expenses from previous years.

As I've said many times before on these types of threads, MPs are no better or worse than anyone-else, they're just the current Bete Noire.

Look at this little story from the past week, where Lloyds former anti-fraud manager was charged with defrauding the publicly owned bank of £2.5m. A story of gamekeeper turned poacher I think...

http://news.sky.com/home/business/article/16235203

  spuds 10:28 27 May 12

How can it be spite on the part of the property owner?.

Surely, all he did was report a matter that needed investigation, I wouldn't call that spite. He also seemed to make it clear that she had her own bedroom and key to the place!.

Let's face it, the public were told that the expenses mess would be cleared up, and public trust plus faith would be paramount in resolving the problems. Yet we (the public) are still being informed of possible wrong doings, past and present?.

We are even reading of late, about some of our so called Watchdogs who are spending far more on personal expenses than what they should do. So much for the Watchdogs who are suppose to watching over our (the public's) interests.

  flycatcher1 19:40 28 May 12

I find the juxtaposition of this Forum Subject and the next one very apt.

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