The Observer editorial today 'Let Tony Blair get on with his job' just takes the biscuit for complacent rubbish. To describe as they do the current investigation into the 'loans for peerages' scandal thus is bizarre as it is wrong.
"The 1925 act which prohibits the sale of titles was dormant, no higher a police priority than the law against eating the Queen's swans".
To think that The Observer once prided itself on its critical thinking. If the sale of peerages, or worse he blatant and obvious sale of priviliges for partisan polical gain is not one of the most serious offences against the democataic liberal state then, do pray tell us Observer types, what on earth is?