Charge It! An Expense-Account Scandal in Parliament

The World
There's a juicy scandal brewing in England over what politicians claimed on their expense reports. The furor has engulfed Parliament and provoked wide public outrage. The expense claims didn't violate the law-- just public standards of good taste and fair play. MPs were charging everything from extra toilet seats and dog food to swimming-pool maintenance. Members of both parties are implicated, but Prime Minister Gordon Brown is likely to pay the highest price. Joining The Takeaway is the BBC's political reporter Naomi Grimley in Westminster, with the delicious details.
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