How many people have heard of Frank Cook, backbench Labour MP for Stockton North?
What about Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, who has the largest direct personal mandate of any politician in the country?
So isn't it an interesting set of news values at Telegraph towers to make Frank Cook's expenses the headline story in Sunday Telegraph's front-page splash - 'MP claimed £5 for church collection' - with a follow-up story on page two as well. The claim was rejected by the fees office.
While today, one has to get to the bottom corner and the penultimate story of page nine - the last page tagged as part of the investigation coverage today - to find the story 'Johnson claimed £16.50 for wreath". Again, the claim was rejected by the fees office.
I would be genuinely interested to know what - apart from Johnson being a Telegraph columnist - could possibly explain this.
Another claim for Remembrance wreaths - that by Tory MP James Gray - led to Tim Montgomerie arguing he must stand down from Parliament having brought shame on his party, and left Iain Dale "sick to his stomach".
I do not think either of the two leading Conservative websites has noted the Johnson claim yet. (The timing of the story certainly also helps Johnson - it being a rather convenient day to bury embarassing news).
Logically, I would have thought that they must surely be as critical of Boris Johnson's wreath claim as they were of Gray's (though somehow I doubt they will be calling for his banishment from politics). Or can they point out why the cases are different?