John Redwood has consistently spoken out against the bailout of the Royal Bank of Scotland and is the only MP I have ever heard raise the issue in Parliament.
In his usual informed, straight-talking style he gave an update this weekend on the state of this part-taxpayer owned bank. Will taxpayers be recompensed or is the bank frittering away the bailout cash?
Why aren't our MPs joining with John Redwood and insisting RBS come into line and pay back the country for their loan?
You can read Mr Redwood's summary here.