Just a couple more on Draper, Guido and the emails. Should a physiothereapist be describing someone as nuts? And what does the professional body think of that? Ohters think it's all just part of the Westminster bubble.
Continuing with politicians: cap and trade is in theory more desirable than a cabon tax it's just that, well, politicians would have to be involved in designing cap and trade.
And of course there would be lobbyists too: perhaps the most lucrative investment known, paying politicians to write the law your way.
Where our (rather than the bribery) money goes: on layer after layer of bureacuracy.
And then there's the things where instead of taking our money they decide to take our time. The oxymoronic compulsory voluntary service. Which apparently won't apply in Gordon Brown's own (Scottish) constituency.
Given the technological choices being made it is now certain that the national ID card scheme will not be secure. So why bother to have it?
And finally, the present for the man who no longer has everything.