The campaign to elect London's Mayor exploded into life earlier in the week following a row between Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone. The pair clashed angrily over their individual tax arrangements - each accusing the other of avoiding tax payments.
In a live television debate last night, the pair agreed to publish all earnings and taxes paid in the past four years to "bring out into the open" their tax arrangements.
It was Green party candidate Jenny Jones who suggested the solution:
Mr Livingstone said he was "happy to publish the details of everything" he had earned in the last four years.
Mr Johnson said: "Of course I will. Whatever is necessary to publish, I publish."
Liberal Democrat candidate Brian Paddick and Jenny Jones also agreed to make public what they earn and then what they pay in tax.
After publishing his accounts today, Boris Johnson said:**
After publishing his accounts today, Brian Paddick's spokesperson said:
After publishing her accounts today, Jenny Jones said:
London Tonight Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports on another day of tax controversy: