May 1 2012   10:28AM GMT

Case for eBay police grows

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With all sorts of stuff ending up on eBay that should not really be sold, including singer Cher’s symbolic Key to the city of Adelaide in Australia, the case for eBay police is growing.

Head of administration at the House of Lords, however, has taken matters into his own hands, by rejecting calls to buy waders for members to use in the rain.

Lord Brabazon said House of Lords members would just have to cope with the puddles until the drought is over.

By way of explanation for his unwillingness to supply waders, Lord Brabazon said that branded House of Lords umbrellas would also be scrapped because they keep getting put up for sale on eBay.

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