A Labour MP says he has reported peer Lord Hanningfield to the police over allegations related to his parliamentary expenses.
John Mann said he was reporting the former Tory peer to the Metropolitan Police for investigation under the 1968 Theft Act.
"Lords can claim either by the half-day or the day," said Mr Mann. "If what has been reported is accurate, he has been doing much less than half-days but claiming for a day."
In a letter to Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, obtained by the Mirror, Mr Mann said it appeared that Lord Hanningfield's actions could amount to obtaining money by deception.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said the Met was not aware of Mr Mann's complaint having been received.
Labour MP John Mann, who sits on the influential Treasury Select Committee, said the Banking Commission's report does not go far enough:
The Labour MP for Bassetlaw, John Mann, has weighed in on the debate about subsidising Margaret Thatcher's funeral with taxpayer money:
The Labour MP John Mann has been responding angrily to being left out of the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards. despite being on the Treasury Select Committee.
He has tweeted:
A Labour MP's wife has spoken of her shock after being sent a dead bird in the post.
Newly-elected councillor Jo White, wife of Nottinghamshire MP John Mann, discovered the decomposing bird at their home earlier this week.
In a statement, Ms White said she was left shaken and frightened after finding the package when she returned home from her first official meeting at Bassetlaw District Council.
"I came home after the council's AGM and found a pile of post waiting for me," she said.
"Whilst there was an unpleasant smell I thought nothing of it until I began opening the last package when the smell became so overwhelming I retched and felt really sick."