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Friday, 20 November 2009

Good news comes in threes?

The dirty half dozen, Harriet Harmperson's driving charge, and now another trougher caught out and having to resign.
David Curry, the MP who heads the committee responsible for policing Commons expenses, has claimed almost £30,000 for a second home that his wife has banned him from staying in, The Daily Telegraph can disclose.
The Skipton and Ripon MP, 65, is accused of having an affair with a headmistress in his constituency and using a taxpayer-funded cottage to meet his lover.
Our investigation has learned that four years ago, after discovering the affair, Mr Curry’s wife, Anne, demanded that he no longer stayed at the Yorkshire property as a condition of their reconciliation.
However, the former minister has continued claiming thousands of pounds a year for the house – which he could expect to sell for a substantial profit after leaving Parliament.
And we're supposed to believe Camerwrong's going to put it all right again and we won't see any more of this, are we?

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