No topic for flippancy

It may be amusing for Tony Blair, at last week's Prime Minister's Questions, to quip at the expense of David Cameron, with his flippant remarks about the Conservative leader's change of opinion over the war in Iraq. However, the families of soldiers killed and wounded in this disastrous war will not share the Prime Minister's joviality.

Such a callous attitude shows a total lack of respect for British soldiers and the people of this country. He has personally imposed his decisions and actions about Iraq on the British public, and in doing so assisted in creating an increasingly unsettled world.

His legacy will not only be about Iraq, but also numerous failed domestic issues , and the continual capitulation to the European Union, resulting in a decline of this country's independence.


Abbots Mill