Dangerous raceOK, it was hardly unexpected but FFS. Once a traitor, always a traitor. You don't defend something by voluntarily destroying it. How hard can that be to understand? Really?
TONY BLAIR’s first act on returning from holiday must be to reopen his battle for 90-day detention orders.
More than two-out-of-three voters back his view that terror suspects should be held for up to three months while inquiries are under way.
The absurdity of the present 28-day limit is clear as police race against the clock to amass evidence on the Heathrow suspects.
Detectives have to shuttle between London and Lahore to unravel a complex web with links to al-Qaeda.
Computer wizards are sifting through a mountain of encrypted programmes. And two dozen contradictory statements must be checked and re-checked before charges can be laid.
Parliament’s perverse rejection of 90-day orders MUST be reversed.
And the sooner the better.
Can you just take it as read that there's an angry foul mouthed tirade against Blair and his accomplices in the media in this paragraph please? I'm saving my energy for manning the barricades.
The Labour Party conference is being held in Manchester this year. It's still about 6 hours away by train but if I can scrape together the readies and the PLP haven't already done the decent thing by then, I might just go on down. Anyone know if there are co-ordinated anti-Blair protests planned?
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