I'm sure Rab, would give you a contribution to help you attain your dream of Knighthood,Thee
What would be very interesting - and none of the Media seem to raise the question - is to know who stole the CD with all the info on M.Ps fiddles? How much did the Daily Telegraph pay for it?
More intriguing: Why has the Telegraph exposed the corruption? Since it's birth in the 19th century; founded by an Establishment figure, it has always been very pro- Establishment. It was bought by the crook Black who sold it to the very wealthy odd ball twins 'The Barclay brothers' very much pro Tory/Establishment, who seem to have become 'recluses'.
They bought the Island of 'Brecqhou' which comes under the domain of 'Sark' in the channel Islands. -The Barclays are 'tax exiles' give thier home address as in 'Monaco'
(How do I know all this? - I seriously thought of settling in the channel Islands also I know a Journalist for the telegraph)
It may be they have become a little anti-Establishment since the Brit government gave support to the islanders demand for democracy; it wa a 'Fiefdom' - they got democarcy which upset the Barclays and they have tried in vain to seperate their island from Sark control.
They are very unpopular in Sark; particulary for ignoring the ban on all motor vehicles in Sark.
The Barclays had investments in Sark - hotels etc and in a huff, when the islanders got democarcy, withdrew their investments creating some unemployment.