Released just in time for the Labour Party Conference, the ideal reading matter for those long insufferable hours spent listening to how Gordon saved the world.
One aspect of the expenses scandal that has received little comment is the fact that 'expenses' - like cleaning your moat - are not taxed, the rest of us have to pay for our garden maintainence out of taxed income.
Perhaps Her Majesty's Customs and Excise have a sense of humour, for the other item released today is a new internet hotline, specially for the blogging generation....
You can now use the internet to report to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) any individuals or businesses that you believe may be evading their tax at www.hmrc.gov.uk/tax-evasion.
Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, said:
“We are committed to ensuring the tax system operates fairly and efficiently, and encourage anyone to share their information on activities they think may be unlawful. Reporting your concerns online is quick and easy. By doing so you will be helping us to catch people who are unfairly competing with honest businesses and denying funding for essential public services.
“Being able to report potential tax evasion online is just the latest step in demonstrating that for tax cheats the game is up.
“Information provided by the public is important and HMRC takes all allegations seriously.”
A full list of expense fiddling MPs can be obtained HERE - Keep 'em busy, they work for you.
Go on, you know you want to!
Please don't all press 'send' at the same time, I would hate to be responsible for crashing yet another Government web site on its first day.