The Telegraph Well, well, well. I'd like to say that this is a rather nice turn up for the books. A timely, heartfelt apology form a government of a people who were repsonsible for crimes against humanity. Not some wishy-washy retarded drool-fest by a monacled PM for a crime committed 2 centuries ago, and not an abject failure to even recongnise, let alone apologise for horrific massacres in the manner of genocides for over 100 years. Take heed Mr Brown, pay attention Israel and Turkey. There's lessons to be learned here about what it means to be a member of the civilised nations of this world, rather than some rotten backwater that deserves to be denied all assistance and membership of global organisations. Now, Serbia, about those reparations . . . .