Brown can't stop repeating how he is the "first Prime Minister" to suggest it. In his head, it may be radical, up there with 1832 and 1867. But this shows a man still operating on the wavelength of the Westminster Village. No one will care in the real world. He seems to distinguish between MPs - presumably Elliot Morley - who have broken rules and must go and, on the other hand, Margaret Moran whose behaviour is "completely unacceptable" but in the rules (so, ergo, acceptable).
I noticed how the foreign correspondents are asking him how he has the gall to go on about third world corruption with all this going on - a financial and political crisis and Britain can't seem to start to find its way out. And warm words about Michael Martin's "diligence" - a peerage will be next, no doubt.