MPs' private lives: Osborne, Cameron, Smith and Mensch

Do voters care about the private lives of their MPs when they admit taking - or dodge the question about - drugs, while making laws about other people taking them?

Allegations about Chancellor George Osborne have prompted ridicule from his opponents, but there have been no calls for him to stand aside over the claims which he denies.

Giles Dilnot reports on whether attitudes are changing.

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