When are the 646 Club going to realise that actions such as this are further destroying any aspect of public support they once thought they had.
Their contempt for the public is beyond reasonable.
Sir Christopher Kelly’s Committee on Standards in Public Life invited the public and politicians to set out their views before a report that is expected to propose far-reaching reforms in October.
This in the wake of the expenses scandal.
However the trough piggies are still upset.
And as a result the MPs are trying to hijack the expenses inquiry with complaints and demands for pay rise.
Some are saying they may quit.
This on the back of
Margaret Becketts latest tears
Check out the Times article here