Only one of Ian Clement's Bexley Council colleagues declared their meals with the former Deputy Mayor and only then after the revelations of this past week.
Speaking on the BBC on Sunday, Bexley Cllr and London Assembly Member Gareth Bacon said that his meal with Clement was "within the boundaries of what is permissible" under GLA rules.
He also said that the meal was part of Clement's work as Deputy Mayor.
However, my search of Bexley Council's records this morning showed that Bacon did not declare his meal with Clement until yesterday, just one day after his grilling by Tim Donovan.
And none of the other four Bexley Councillors named in Clements GLA expenses registered their meals with Clement at all.
Neither Melvin Seymour, Joe Pollard, James Spencer, or Katie Perrior declared any hospitality from the former Deputy Mayor.
This throws serious doubts on Clement's claims that these meals were part of his work at City Hall.
It was also revealed today that at least three of the people Clement claimed to have met for 'business' meals were not even present at the restaurants concerned.
The Evening Standard claimed that on two of these occasions he was actually dining with his 23-year old lover Claire Dowson instead.
Dave Hill is also reporting on claims that Clement used his other corporate credit card at Bexley for party politcal purposes.
Any of these claims, if proven could lead to the former deputy Mayor being charged with fraud.
At least one formal complaint against Ian Clement has already been made to Scotland Yard.