Self-Interest Casts Yet Another Shadow Over Parliamentary Duty as Peers Use Influence for Personal Gain
As expected, there has been public outrage at the 'cash-for-questions' scandal with many again losing confidence in the British political system and more significantly, those elected to represent the best interests of the masses as opposed to the interests of the individual.
The five things you need to know on 3 June 2013... 1) AN END TO 'GROUNDHOG DAY'? Three peers - Lords Cunningham, Mackenzie
The latest lobbying allegations to hit Parliament are "a new low for British politics", a senior MP has said. Shadow defence
Two peers have been suspended from the Labour Party over claims they offered to carry out parliamentary work in return for