Andrew Neil questions Nick Clegg about his MP expenses. His constituency house isn't his home it's a home on loan from the taxpayer. It's a bit of a dump but he's tarted it up with taxpayer's money and when it's sold he'll give the profit back to the taxpayer.
Then, when Andrew Neil says he'd like to come and stay because he's a taxpayer, Nick Clegg says there's a limit. He's not keen on Mr Neil resting on 'my cushions' - bought by the taxpayer.
I think Mr Clegg has upset a few of his constituency neighbours by calling his house 'a pebble-dashed semi'. A neighbour said, "This is one of the smartest middle-class areas in the city and a lot of people want to live here." More details of his properties and claims relating to them can be read here. A photograph of the four bedroomed pebble-dashed semi is below.