Finally the media circus of the Tory "leadership" contest is over, and the posh boy won. Bloggers4Labour reports.
Meanwhile, also from B4L, Jogo likes this rare piece of moral clarity:
"It reminded me of the "How can we think of doing X when there is so much Y in the world?" idea that is so popular with cynics. How dare we ban foxhunting when a million people are on the dole? How could we think of liberating Iraq when the real problem is world hunger? In so doing, almost any practical policy can be blocked, or made to look ridiculous, in comparison to a morally pure policy that may be impractical, or unachievable, and which the cynic may not even genuinely support."