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Ten years ago, this newspaper received what would turn out to be perhaps the most important telephone call in political journalism since Watergate. I should know – it was me who answered the phone.

The tip-off which led to the MPs’ expenses scandal resulted in the exposure of misconduct on an industrial scale, leading to criminal convictions, resignations, the repayment of thousands of pounds of taxpayer funds and significant (though far from sufficient) reforms. Indeed, the recall petition which the voters of Peterborough used this week to remove their MP following her conviction for lying over a speeding offence came as a direct result of measures introduced in the wake of the expenses scandal. ...

Ten years ago, this newspaper received what would turn out to be perhaps the most important telephone call in political journalism since Watergate. I should know – it was me who answered the phone.

The tip-off which led to the MPs’ expenses scandal resulted in the exposure of misconduct on an industrial scale, leading to criminal convictions, resignations, the repayment of thousands of pounds of taxpayer funds and significant (though far from sufficient) reforms. Indeed, the recall petition which the voters of Peterborough used this week to remove their MP following her conviction for lying over a speeding offence came as a direct result of measures introduced in the wake of the expenses scandal. ...

Ten years ago, this newspaper received what would turn out to be perhaps the most important telephone call in political journalism since Watergate. I should know – it was me who answered the phone.

The tip-off which led to the MPs’ expenses scandal resulted in the exposure of misconduct on an industrial scale, leading to criminal convictions, resignations, the repayment of thousands of pounds of taxpayer funds and significant (though far from sufficient) reforms. Indeed, the recall petition which the voters of Peterborough used this week to remove their MP following her conviction for lying over a speeding offence came as a direct result of measures introduced in the wake of the expenses scandal. ...

Ten years ago, this newspaper received what would turn out to be perhaps the most important telephone call in political journalism since Watergate. I should know – it was me who answered the phone.

The tip-off which led to the MPs’ expenses scandal resulted in the exposure of misconduct on an industrial scale, leading to criminal convictions, resignations, the repayment of thousands of pounds of taxpayer funds and significant (though far from sufficient) reforms. Indeed, the recall petition which the voters of Peterborough used this week to remove their MP following her conviction for lying over a speeding offence came as a direct result of measures introduced in the wake of the expenses scandal. ...