|Distributed by||BBC Four|
|Directed by||Simon Cellan Jones|
|Produced by||Stephen Wright|
|Written by||Tony Saint|
|Starring||Anna Maxwell Martin
|Running time||60 minutes|
The film documents the true story of American journalist Heather Brooke's attempt to get expenses claims of Members of Parliament released under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Speaker Michael Martin's battle to prevent it.
Heather Brooke herself appeared in the production in a non-speaking role playing the part of an unnamed MP sitting on the government benches in a scene where Michael Martin is elected to the position of Speaker of the House of Commons.
|Anna Maxwell Martin||Heather Brooke|
|Brian Cox||Michael Martin MP|
|Tim Pigott-Smith||Alan Keen MP|
|David Calder||Sir Stuart Bell MP|
|Sam Graham||David Maclean MP|
|Alan Parnaby||Chris Huhne MP|
|Geoffrey Beevers||Douglas Hogg MP|
- "On Expenses – BBC Four drama reveals hidden story behind MPs' expenses disclosure: introduction" (Press release). BBC. 16 February 2010. Retrieved 17 February 2010.
- "Heather Brooke: my life in film". The Guardian (London). 21 February 2010. Retrieved 20 May 2010.
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