Lord Paul, the Labour donor, and Lord Taylor of Warwick, the Tory peer, who both made large expenses claims based on properties that were not their actual homes are being investigated by the DPP
Paul, a multi-millionaire friend of Gordon Brown, admits he never even slept in the property he called his main home. It was, in fact, a one-bedroom flat at the back of one of his hotels. The hotel’s former manager has confirmed that he — and not Paul — lived in the flat.
Eric Illsley, a Labour member and former union official, who allegedly overclaimed £6,000 in council tax. Whitehall sources have confirmed that at least one other MP is being investigated.
Plus the Uddin debacle of course