Six backebnch MPS have been disciplined for revealing secrets during work as paid consultants on a video game, officials say.
They received reprimand letters and had half of their pay docked for two months for work on Call of Duty: Three Line WHip.
The game, published by Electronic Arts, does not recreate the recent high profile back bench rebellions but purports to show realistic debates, votes, fillibustering and all the pomp and ceremony of the State Opening of Parliament.
In recent years the Call of Duty : Three LIne Whip series has been quite controversial with the expenses scandal being one of the more controversial online add-ons.
In June 2012 a system that rewards good behaviour was introduced and is helping make online version of the game more pleasant to play.
The hugely popular political gnown for its toxic chat channels and the abuse players heap upon each other, as well as the use over use of Parliamentary Privilege to name and shame.