You may have read the remarkable story about the 3 Labour MPs - Elliot Morley, David Chaytor and Jim Devine - who, beyond all sense of shame, have now hired lawyers to try and argue that parliamentary privelege, under the 1689 Bill of Rights, means that they cannot be prosecuted over their expenses claims - i.e. that MPs really are above the law.
You can read about this story in The Independent:
And the Telegraph:
And The Times
You won't be able to read about it, however, in The Guardian or on the BBC News website. They are silent on the story. Now why on earth would they be silent about a big news story that is potentially deeply embarrassing for the Labour Party? Oh, I think I've just answered my own question.