Members of Parliament found themselves caught up in porn scandals, Spice Girl beef and jungle life. And that's just the Tories.
The investigation found that Labour leader Keir Starmer and his deputy, Angela Rayner, did not break Covid laws.
The Labour leader has pledged to resign if he is fined for breaking lockdown rules.
The prime minister was quizzed over Keir Starmer's pledge to resign if he is fined for breaking lockdown rules.
"Ultimately his instinct is that his integrity is more important to him than anything else."
Wes Streeting brushed off the latest "beergate" developments, mockingly describing the headlines as: "Breaking news: Keir Starmer has dinner."
The Labour leader is under pressure after police in Durham said they would re-investigate claims he broke lockdown rules.
The cabinet minister said he did not believe breaking lockdown rules was serious enough for the Labour leader to use his job.
Senior party figures have blamed an "embittered former employee" for damaging media briefings about claims the leader broke covid rules.
Jo Stevens said Labour were "confident" no rules had been broken as Keir Starmer faces a fresh police investigation.