Tuesday, 27 January 2009

Good boy Crick, good boy

Most of the media are full of the allegations about four Labour peers agreeing to take money to try and change laws. Meanwhile the BBC are trying to spin the story into one about House of Lords regulation and reform. And I note that Michael Crick has popped up with a reminder of the "Tory sleaze" story of last year - the Caroline Spelman Nannygate affair. Well done Michael; Gordon, Peter and Alastair will be pleased with you.

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