A Good-Faith Effort?
As an ardent reader and fan of your publication, I am finding it hard, even 24 hours later, to close my jaw after reading your story on Tony Blair's faith [June 9]. How dare Michael Elliott refer to "the chattering classes of London'' who think of Blair as smug. I think you'll find this is a common view, echoed from Lands End to John O'Groats, and with very good reason. Blair's deeds — and those of his unelected inner circle of cronies — have left the British public with little faith in politics...

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