Now that Conrad Black is in the slammer for six and a half years, will the Conservative Party be paying back money that Black donated to them (given that one of his convictions is for defrauding shareholders) especially in the run-up to the bestowal of his peerage, for which he was recommended by William Hague? After all, the Tories keep on banging on about wanting the LibDems to pay back money given by Michael Brown, don't they? So it is only fair that they keep up the same standards as the ones they are advocating for us, isn't it?
This isn't an original idea of mine, by the way. Hat-tip to FW on LibDem Voice.