Help us find Britain's most expensive breakfast!
We’re all in it together. That’s what we’re continually being told by the gang of braying oafs that have somehow ended up governing us.
But perhaps Iain Duncan Smith isn’t quite on message. The work and pensions secretary believes that a family should be able to get by on jobseekers allowance of about £70 a week, but this expense claim suggests that he’s more than happy to spunk more than half that amount on a single hotel breakfast.
£39 for a breakfast? What would you expect to get in a £39 breakfast? Gold-leaf rashers of bacon? A couple of slices of roast swan breast? Some heroin?
But is it Britain’s most expensive breakfast? We doubt it – and that’s where we need your help. Tell us about the priciest fry-up or other early-morning offering that you’ve seen and we’ll build up an important dossier of information so that other government ministers can fill their boots before tying the laces and trampling all over the poor in them.