While there is no doubt that Mrs. Janes has suffered an hideous loss that will haunt her for the rest of her life, is it time to sit back and take stock? The PM actually took the time to hand-write a letter to her. Whatever you may think of him, this would have been a difficult thing to do. His handwriting is clearly atrocious, but if the letter had been typed, there would no doubt have been faux outrage with people saying it was typed by a flunky and just given to him to sign. There are some misspellings, but not as many as The Sun ( more of whom later ) would like the public to believe. Now, I have no reason to think that this is the first letter of its kind the PM has ghad to write. The Army is losing guys near daily, so there must be plenty of these letters around - no doubt in terrible script, and no doubt with spelling errors. But none of these other letters have surfaced. Now, following the involvement of The Sun, not only has the letter been published around the world, but when the PM took the time actually to phone Mrs. Janes to apologise, she just happened to have recording equipment to hand and recorded the conversation - which I suspect is a breach of the Telecommunications Act. It is common knowledge that The Sun has decided to campaign against Labour. While there is no doubt that this letter is of public interest, there seems to me to be little doubt that the Sun are using the grief of a bereaved mother for their own political purposes. I strongly suspect that some of the quotes attributed to Mrs. Janes are not her actual words: for example; "But the Government sent Our Boys and Girls out without the best equipment " just sounds like SunSpeak to me. Does anyone know if money has changed hands? Time to draw a line under this affair; The Sun are just using Mrs. Janes and the death of her son for their own purposes.. RIP, Guardsman Janes. Sincere condolences, to Mrs. Janes.