At the time it struck me that both sides were talking about very different events as the disparity between the stories, the basic facts and even the dates of certain events.
An intriguing and scurrilous story from the News of the World, based either on 'exposing hypocrisy' or 'part of a campaign to oppress the poor' depending on your view point.
Irrespective of all of that, I think that there is much more to come out about massage parlours, extra-parliamentary 'bonding' sessions, and much discussion of the SSP policy on Uganda. It's going to be fun for everyone except Mrs S.
One worry I have about the whole process is a paragraph on the BBC website:-
The talk107 station reported on its website that Mr Sheridan had just finished his Citizen Tommy show and was leaving the building on South Gyle Crescent at about 1310 GMT when a white Mercedes estate pulled into the car park at speed, coming to halt directly in front of his car.
It looks like Inspector McKnacker may have been watching too many episodes of Starsky and McHutch, and may be more concerned with style than substance.