In other news, MPs are slowly starting to declare the family members they employ - around one in four of them, apparently. I should point out that it's not unusual, or frowned upon, for an MP to employ his wife as a secretary. For MPs from constituencies far from Westminster, it's a useful way of keeping marriages together. The problem, as in Conways case, comes when the person involved is being paid a disproportionate amount for the work they do.
And now it turns out that for the past 16 years Peter Hain has been employing his mother as a part-time secretary. Once again, there's nothing illegal about this as far as I know.