These guys haven't got the gist of "democratic society" yet, have they? If you disagree with Government policy, you use your voice, not plastic explosive, to register your disapproval, and to change the political direction of your selected homeland. Even the brighter cro-magnons in PIRA realised that eventually. Notwithstanding their choice of targets in this case (which were actually pretty rubbish, as I doubt that a high percentage of the population would care too much about Brown or Blair - think of the Windsor Castle fire and the public reaction, but consider the 'prestige' angle) I do think that the treason laws need a scarifying, levelling and grading. Murder of a Government official/representative of any kind should attract a signally deterrent sentence. I'd go on, but be bound to be accused of medievalism or something. The trouble is, that this sort of nonsense is going to carry on unless there's a fairly radical counter to it. Sensibly, what's that going to be?