A good read
"Tony Blair," he told me, "has displayed a monumental indifference to the will of his people."
In Blackburn, Foreign Secretary Jack Straw is being taken on by one of his erstwhile emissaries. Craig Murray had been Britain's ambassador to Uzbekistan. Appalled by the torture that took place in that country, with the imprimatur of US ally Islam Karimov, he spoke out against the regime and was subsequently nobbled by Jack Straw and his Foreign Office. He has now decided to requite his former boss' affection.