The Independent has a nice little piece on Norman Baker, in the wake of his questioning revealing MP's travel expenses.
The Independent asks how popular he will be with other MP's when they return after the recess. However, the Indie also gives a very fair evaluation of the excellent work Norman Baker has done since being elected, his exposure of scandals, his prime role in Mandelson's fall from grace and his use of the Freedom of Information Act to obtain other important information.
There are those who attack Norman Baker for "wasting tax payers money by asking pointless questions", but they forget that it is an important part of being an MP, particularly an opposition MP, to question the government, making use of all means and methods available.
What price can we put on democracy. Well done Norman and keep it up !