What an outrage it is for the Speaker to use public money to go to the High Court to block an order to unveil details of the expenses of several senior politicians. It's all being done on the pretext that it would not be right to release the address details of MPs' second homes, presumably on anti terror grounds. How laughable. Does Michael Martin really think that if a terrorist wanted to find out where an MP lives, he couldn't? Many MPs' home addresses are listed in Who's Who or Dod's anyway!
It's about time the Speaker cottoned on to the fact that the winds of transparency are blowing in his direction, and there's no more undergrowth for him to take cover in.
If David Cameron has no concerns about the details of his expenses being published, why should any of the others? Or indeed why should Michael Martin?