"Allegations that four peers were prepared to accept money to change laws will be fully investigated, the leader of the House of Lords has said.
The Sunday Times alleges they offered to help amend proposed legislation in return for up to £120,000, claims which all four of them have denied.
Lady Royall said she had spoken to the men concerned and would be "pursuing the matter with utmost vigour".
She also said House of Lords members must "abide by its high standards." "
Remember this morning the page started: ""'Concern' over peers cash claims - The leader of the House of Lords says she is "deeply concerned" over allegations four peers were prepared to accept money to put down amendments.
The Sunday Times claims they offered to help make amendments to legislation in return for up to £120,000.
Lady Royall told the BBC she had spoken to the four Labour peers concerned and would be "pursuing the matter with utmost vigour". ""
So the BBC have reacted to complaints about their tardiness in covering this story and their hiding of the Labour party links by removing the Labour party links from the beginning of their coverage.
Do the BBC realise quite how biased they are? Do they care? Are they so tied up with Labour that they just don't care any more?