THE Labour Party was embroiled in controversy last night after another four of its politicians did absolutely nothing wrong.
As the Sunday Times published details of four labour peers accepting money to try and influence legislation, the party said it was not often British politics was confronted with such a spectacular absence of wrongdoing.
Labour peer Lord Moonie, said: "Asking for money to perform consultancy tasks that may or may not involve tabling amendments may not be right, but that doesn't mean it's wrong.
"And either way, as a member of the British legislature it is hardly for me to decide what should and should not be against the law."
A Labour spokesman said the latest example of Labour politicians not doing anything wrong would be confirmed after a thorough investigation by the Labour Leader of the House of Lords.
It is the first time this year that Labour politicians have done nothing wrong and comes after a series of money related scandals in which there was absolutely no wrongdoing.
The spokesman added: "Yes, Peter Hain failed to register donations to his deputy leadership campaign and was rebuked by the Commons but I'm sure you'll agree, he didn't actually do anything wrong.
"Yes, we accepted £600,000 from a millionaire businessman in someone else's name in a clear breach of the rules, but that's not the same as actual wrongdoing.
"Yes, lots of people may have been offered this or that in exchange for a donation but it is a matter of record that no-one did anything wrong. Even the Crown Prosecution Service somehow managed to agree with us on that one.
"And yes, Peter Mandelson failed to declare details about his mortgage and tried to help some Indian chums skip the passport queue. That, of course, is textbook example of no-one doing anything wrong as you can see from his recent promotion."