Blunkett : The Sleaze Years

Backword looks more deeply into Blunkett’s remuneration issues, though not agreeing with Guido 100%, he recognises that things look tacky. Certainly not the type of behaviour expected of a soon-to-be cabinet minister. Guido’s bean-counting accountant calculates that the taxable ‘benefit-in-kind’ that he has incurred on the Belgravia property since resigning is now £22,254.

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