Nick Clegg really needs to take some urgent action to sort out his MPs. The new Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander, has been found to have done a 'Hazel Blears' - avoiding paying capital gains tax when he sold his taxpayer-funded second home at a profit.
There is no suggestion that Mr Alexander has broken any tax laws but he has used a loophole in the tax system for personal financial gain.
In the first televised leaders' debate Mr Clegg said: "There are MPs who flipped one property to the next, buying property, paid by you the taxpayer, and then they would do the properties up, paid for by you and pocket the difference in personal profit."
I don't expect he was aware one of his bright young things had done exactly that.
Time for the libdems to get their own house in order before they start legislating for a reduction in our standards of living.