It is not often that we hear words of truth and wisdom from the Westminster Houses of Hypocrisy and Corruption, I have little to no respect for any of those who walk its marble corridors of power, and sit and heehaw, playing the illusion, while indulging themselves in all the unearned privileges that go with being a member of the club. Gerald Kaufman, who died recently, was a member of that cesspool of festering power and privilege, he never rated high in my esteem, but he has to be admired for at least one speech he made in that hall of farce. It was heart felt, sincere, and truthful, and I'm sure it upset a considerable amount of his fellow parasites.
The speech is well worth publicising, and he deserves respect for his courage and honesty in uttering those words, in that symbol of British imperialism.
Thanks for the link Loam: