We're so used to MPs going to jail that we already know how their career progresses when they get out. Hint: better than yours would.
Sentencing guidelines allow for anything between four and 36 months for perverting the course of justice. But what kind of a sentence is Chris Huhne likely to receive?
David Cameron faces mockery from the opposition in prime minister's questions this lunchtime, after being hit by a second ministerial resignation in the Lords this week.
A Tory transport minister's excuses for using dodging the commuter trains he is responsible for appear to have been defeated by government press officers.
Nick Clegg faces accusations of impropriety after it emerged he helped a charity receive government funding.
Before they even rebuilt public trust, MPs are up to their old expenses tricks.
It's the last day before the long summer recess, and no one really cares what's happening in the Commons. Which is a shame, because the government was defeated today.
Conservative party co-chairman Sayeeda Warsi faces a formal investigation by the House of Lords' commissioner for standards over her expenses claims.
David Cameron's decision to refer Sayeeda Warsi to the independent adviser on the ministerial code has prompted fresh outrage at his refusal to do so after Jeremy Hunt.
Chris Huhne has stepped down as energy secretary after the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) brought charges of perverting the course of justice against him.
Read the full transcript of letters between Chris Huhne, David Cameron and Nick Clegg in full, on politics.co.uk
Read the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) statement on Chris Huhne in full.
Chris Huhne's political future is hanging in the balance as he waits to discover if he is to be charged over speeding points allegations.
MPs are to be given the power to effectively fire misbehaving colleagues under coalition plans out today.
It is easier to find the source of the Nile than the source of ex-politicians' funding.
Liam Fox has admitted he wants to return to the government - in his first interview since quitting as defence secretary.
Former Conservative peer Lord Taylor of Warwick has been sentenced to 12 months in prison for fraudulently claiming expenses.
Chris Huhne was set to fight a battle on two fronts today, after the Electoral Commission announced it was investigating him.
Former Labour MP Elliot Morley has been jailed for 16 months for false accounting over his parliamentary expenses.
Chris Huhne has said that he welcomes a referral to the police over an ongoing row which is threatening to destroy his career.
Chris Huhne's ministerial career appears on the line as pressure grows over his speeding points scandal.
David Laws was forced to apologise after the standards commissioner suspended him from the Commons for seven days.
The large number of government ministers in parliament is creating an unaccountable government, a report has said.
Former Labour MP Jim Devine has been found guilty of making false expense claims at Southwark Crown Court.
Two former ministers have been banned from parliament after they were caught accepting cash to exert their influence.