Depression at the home office

It’s not been the best of times at the UK’s home office recently. First up we hear David Blunket has been playing with more than his guide dog, then he has a paternity suit, says less than complimentary things about his collegues in a biography, is forced to resign due to speeding up (maybe) his ex-bit-of-stuff’s maid’s visa application and then the next day, the highest court in the land says detaining people indefinitely without trial is just, well, not on!

Terror detainees win Lords appeal

Ah well, cheer up all. The next fella Charles Clarke is sure to give us a few interesting months before the general election. Like Blunkett but without a dog (or a mistress)