Rupert Myers of the Guardian mixs outrage with defence.It's a conspiracy: No one seems to have questioned the scruples of a news team who wire a partially sighted man, then leave the microphone on him to find out what it might pick up off-camera. Is Sky News taking advantage of the prime minister's disabilityIt was honest: Brown may not achieve eloquence, but as the curtain closes on his premiership he may yet achieve a genuine connection with the public.The true significance of this hasn't dawned yet on the political classes. Labour has despised the attitudes of its core voters for a generation. At last we see the concerns of the core Labour voter laid out and the true response of the Labour party.
So far up their own arse: http://bit.ly/9Npwr2They're better that you, of course.
You have to be fair to the progressives. They may not have succeeeded in everything, but there is no doubt they've made a lot of progress in the police force as that final link to the BBC story reveals."The report, which followed the Met's failure to successfully prosecute a gang of white youths for the murder of Stephen Lawrence, found ethnic minorities in Britain felt under-protected as victims and over-policed as suspects."Yep - and today we all feel under-protected as victims and over-policed as suspects. That's how egalitarianism works in practice.
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