If I knew who you were, I would sue. I have stolen nothing from anyone and deeply resent the accusation. Both Sir Thomas Legge and Sir Christopher Kelly have confirmed in writing that they have “No Issues” with me – and even the Daily Telegraph could not give me a mention.
So – identify yourself and repeat the allegation. I dare you.
It was found that in 1993 Nadir had paid Mates to ask questions on his behalf in the British House of Commons. Mates was forced to resign over this affair. Nadir had also been a major contributor to Conservative Party funds through the previous decade.
Tell us where you live Michael and we might tell you where WE live
Next! David Kidney MP
I want you to explain what you mean when you accuse me of stealing.
David Kidney MP
The Labour MP, has paid back the cash after reporters from The Sentinel questioned why Mr Kidney had received a £1,068.51 council tax rebate three times in 2007 and twice claimed water rates totalling £290.80 in the same year.
Now the House of Commons Fees Office has discovered it approved the same council tax payment three times and the same water rates bill twice when both should only have been paid once.
Mr Kidney repaid the cash – without interest – on Friday after the error regarding his two-bedroom London flat came to light.
Before the error, Mr Kidney had claimed £64,255 between April 2004 and the end of March 2008. The region's highest claimers were Staffordshire Moorlands MP Charlotte Atkins on £87,702 and Newcastle MP Paul Farrelly on £86,311.
Mr Kidney said: "I was unaware of the errors and horrified to learn about this. I feel let down by the fees office.
Go on, Cromwell an MP. They HATE it.