Friday, 7 January 2011

Jail tariff for Commons fraud?

Back in October of last year I reported the Commons fees office employee who had been sentenced to nine months in prison for defrauding the House of  £6k.


Chaytor will be sentenced later today after admitting defrauding the House of £13k. His position was a lot more responsible than that of a fees clerk. We await with interest the jail tariff that will be imposed. 

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Indeed we will await this with interest and I hope that you, Radders, will be our eyes and ears on this.

"Jail tariff for commons fraud - part II" coming soon...

Coney Island.

Anonymous said...

Hey the bugger got 18 months!

Let's hope he's sharing a cell with nice big gay man called Bubba...

Anonymous said...

18 months, out in four and a half. Hardly punishment!!

Budgie said...

I think every MP who flipped his (her) mortgage should be jailed. Flipping must be fraud because it was designed to extract the most money out of the system, but was not needed for an MP to carry out his duties.