The BBC Report that the Conservatives will be investigated with regard to potential electoral spending irregularities.
A Conservative spokesman claimed that all spending returns were correct and legal.
Others are not so sure.
According to the Independent:
An investigation by Channel 4 News said that alleged irregularities in recording expenses in Thanet South meant the Tories broke spending limits during the campaign.
The objection centres around whether the Conservatives should have recorded the use of two hotels in the national party campaign return or should have actually reported them as local campaign spending. If the latter, then that could mean that the Conservatives overspent during the election.
The Electoral Commission's sanctioning powers are limited to a civil penalty of no more than £20,000. Once the commission complete their investigation, Kent Police will decide if there is a criminal case to investigate.
Kent Police said on Thursday then will not pursue a criminal investigating until after the commission delivers its findings.
What many are wondering is this: Did Thanet Conservatives break the law?
This is an important question because, if the answer comes back that the Tories broken the law, there is a real chance of demands for a fresh election in South Thanet.
What do you make of it all?