Tuesday, June 17, 2008


"Political commentators were forced to admit that e-mails and comments posted on news web sites were overwhelmingly in favour of Davis.

"Many of them were from supporters of the Labour Party and Liberal Democrats who expressed their disgust with the fact that representatives of their own parties had failed to take such a stance, and had left it to a Tory to make the case for civil liberties...

"Opinion polls recorded an even greater increase in Conservative support..." -
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