The BBC has an article about how David Blunkett thinks Labour should be radical and find new ways to "reach the people".
"Whether Iraq had ready-to-fire weapons of mass destruction should be separated from the rightness of taking action when Saddam Hussein flouted UN resolutions, he says."
Therein lies the problem: Saying you need to depose a leader because he has WMD and then saying something else isn't a good way to heal the rift between the people and the goverment. Don't even get me started on facial recognition at airports, ID cards, and the other pathetic idea that danger to libery has. Go ahead Labour, let DB speak his mind, and watch the election slip away from you.