Sunday, April 01, 2007



A pattern seems to be emerging here. First we have Tavish and his Holyrood housing allowance. Then we had Nicol Thingey and his mortgage.

Now we have Mike Rumbled, sorry, Rumbles:

A LIBERAL DEMOCRAT MSP has sparked outrage after becoming the first Holyrood politician to use a publicly funded mortgage scheme to help buy three separate properties.

Mike Rumbles, the member for West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine, made gains of nearly £40,000 following the sale of two flats partly paid for by the taxpayer.

His latest acquisition is a £300,000 flat in an exclusive district of the capital, partly financed by a public subsidy.

As FibDems has said before: It's always so coincidental.

The Parliamentary Allowances office were a little suspicious when they visited the latest FibDem Edinburgh flat

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