Gordon Brown has uttered many weasel words about the expenses scandal. We can expect a few more soon.
Someone might like to ask him this question. Why is the Labour Party's official solicitor, Gerald Shamash, providing the three disgraced Labour MPs (Messers Chaytor, Devine and Morley) with legal advice? Is the Labour Party paying for it?
Isn't it interesting how the Labour Party and Gordon Brown couldn't wait to hang Peter Watt out to dry and told him "you're on your own, mate", yet these three are treated very differently.
If the Labour Party really wished to disassociate itself from these MPs, wouldn't it have withdrawn the services of Mr Shamash? Just like it did with Peter Watt...