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Letter: A legacy of utterly shameful and tragic antics.

Byline: TONY MILLER Wythall

Dear Editor, -Well Mr Blair@campbell, what do you think of the story so far? Have you been reading the papers this week, watching and listening to the TV and radio? Bad news? You did do fairly well in one poll I noticed, you only had a 2-1 against on the 45 minutes scandal.

And what of another achievement? With an economy of means that has to be admired you have strengthened the reputation of the BBC way beyond any publicity stunt dear old Auntie could have remotely conceived.

And yet again, with one sweep of your hands you have, despite evidence to the contrary, strengthened the public belief that all politicians are liars.

As a life long member of the Labour Party, (43 years), I only hope that the legacy of the utterly shameful and tragic antics of you and those that flutter around your candle will singe their wings. But even better; I hope that you will eventually find the weight of the albatross too much to bear and that you will disappear into the murkiness that you have spent so much time and energy creating.
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Feb 10, 2004
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