But check out the Dirty Digger's work over in his beloved Sun (home of the page 3 ladies I believe), as profiled by today's Crikey.
Terror bill defeat
By TREVOR KAVANAGH
TREACHEROUS MPs betrayed the British people last night by rejecting new laws to combat terror.
They IGNORED the wishes of the vast majority of Britons and HUMILIATED Tony Blair by inflicting his first Commons defeat.
Gutless Tory MPs were joined by up to 47 Labour rebels as they wrecked the PM’s bid to hold terror suspects for 90 days without charge.
The vote went against Mr Blair by 322 to 291. And the limit was slashed to just 28 days by an even bigger majority — despite police warnings this could leave the nation dangerously exposed to terrorists allowed to roam free.
The Tories and rebels were joined by Ian Paisley’s DUP. In a fit of pique over yesterday’s amnesty for IRA killers, the Ulster firebrand drove his nine-strong team into the No lobby.
Tory leadership hopeful David Davis, the Shadow Home Secretary, claimed credit for the Government’s defeat. But Mr Blair rejected claims it amounted to a no-confidence vote.
He stuck by his belief in the 90-day period. And he said: “It is better sometimes to lose doing the right thing than be doing the wrong thing.”
Mr Blair’s supporters were livid last night. Labour MP Tom Harris said: “Britain is a safer place for terrorists today. All this will do is give reassurance to people planning to blow up bombs on the Underground.”
TELL us what you think of the traitor MPs who voted against Blair's 90-day motion by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.The article is here
The accompanying graphics are listed 'Winners' - being photos of the foul pollies that voted against it, and the 'Loser's' being photos of the dead or injured from the London bombing. Quality yellow journalism at it's most saffron.
Britain has a trade's description act that says something about not being able to blatantly lie about what a product does. Surely the government should step in and launch proceedings for The Sun claiming to produce journalism?
Do you think this is where News Ltd in Oz is headed? I do - especially twats like the editor of the Daily Tele, or Bolt at the Herald Sun, or Akerman - when he's not too busy doing lines of substances off his desk after a nine hour lunch (allegedly - see Aker's - I gave you the benefit of the doubt - unlike you, you pr_ck.)
Oh - here's the link on the Sun site to the Page 3 girls; page 3 girls concerned about the betrayal of their fine Tone Log
Tony, Tony, Tony, why has thou forsaken the left?