Worth a read and important for us all (Labour, Conservative, Lib Dem etc..) to read and take into account.
Personal favourite snippets of mine include:
"But even if something does; even if Mr. Blair is convicted under the 1925 Peerages Act and his Government's 2001(?) update of the 1925 Act, I shall feel very sorry for him and annoyed towards the crowers. Regarding the former, I remain to be convinced that Mr. Blair went into politics to play the system. Perhaps he turned the wrong way somewhere down his political path, but not at the beginning. Regarding the latter, even if Tony Blair was corrupt from the start, how can supporters of the Conservative Party think themselves able when their party was mired in scandal during the course of its rule? Surely this should induce a little compassion in them for the other side."
"Leaving to one side the issue of the 'New Labour project' doesn't this poster realise that as and when David Cameron win power, once his administration lasts for as long as Tony Blair's, he will have his own share of scandals? It happened before, it'll happen again. So why act so smugly towards Blair?
It is at times like this that I think that too many people regard politics as no more than a game of cat and mouse to be played without any respect for the opposition as people. But they are. And no doubt, like all other people, they can be hurt by unfair criticism. "
It's worth noting that the Dunadan is non Party political (a stance met with suspicion by party activists, but is true in his case, as I can vouch as a friend of nearly ten years standing)