Is Your MP Working for You?
Following the issues raised in Panorama's Is Your MP Working for You?, you can check up on your Member of Parliament and see what they have been doing, what they have been spending and who else they might be working for.
BBC News Online has prepared a detailed list of what each MP has spent using the Additional Costs Allowance system. Just click here and search by your own constituency to find out more.
The Register of Members' Interests is also available online. Here you will find details of outside, paid employment by your MP and, as of August 2008, MPs were required to also register which family members they employ using their staffing and office budgets. They are not, however, required to release salary information.
The Code of Conduct for all MPs is set out here.
Among other things, it clearly states that "members have a duty to uphold the law and to act on all occasions in accordance with the public trust placed in them".
The Code outlines in detail the seven general principles of conduct in public life. They are selflessness, objectivity, leadership, integrity, accountability, openness and honesty.
To find out more about the principles of public life, as prescribed by the Committee on Standards in Public Life, you can watch Sir Alistair Graham, former chair of the committee, as he discusses what they mean and how the ongoing expenses scandal has seen them violated.
A range of MPs and outside observers have offered their views on how the system can be best reformed. Some of those interviewed by Panorama express their views here.
A broader look at what has been proposed in recent weeks, along with a range of opinions sent in by you, can be seen here.
Is Your MP Working for You?, Monday, 25 May, BBC One at 8.30pm, or on BBC iPlayer.