Monday 12 October 2009


Downing Street confirmed that Gordon Brown has received a letter about his expenses claims from Sir Thomas Legg.

Sir Thomas said the Prime Minister should pay back over £12,400 in claims made on his constituency and London home.

The Prime Minister's spokesman said Brown had already made clear he would repay any money requested of him.

Clegg was first out of the blocks announcing he'd pay back over £900 – which makes Brown's claims look humungous.

What does David Cameron have to tell us about his mortgage payments?

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