No, not the next leader of the Labour Party.
The generous donor to the Liberal Democrats - the one who lent his private plane to Charlie Kennedy (clearly before Limpid Optic opened his own airline) - has been convicted of perjury and making a false declaration. He was sent down for two years for what the judge described as 'very deliberate and pointed' dishonesty.
Which sums up the Liberal Democrats quite nicely.
The BBC story trots out the LD line that it has nothing to do with the party and does not affect the legality of his donation - £2 million that the party can't afford to return without scrapping Vince Cable's proposed charisma transplant or delaying the repayments on Mark Oaten's laundry bill - and that the investigation is apparently over.
Except that it isn't. The Electoral Commission reopened the investigation to see if the assorted legal actions against Mr Brown might yet throw up some interesting evidence. There's still some mileage in this story yet.