Mr Salter, only about six years late, and in the Telegraph too! Oh of course that is dead-tree media, which is Proper Democratic Media, not Nasty Anti-Democratic Internetz Thingy. But it is a blog, though of course newspaper blogs are not proper blogs as they have paymasters. Hilariously the editorial blurb describes Mr S as "on the Left of the party", but we do not look to "journalists" for a grasp of reality, now do we? However, even though this is the Telegraph, which is not read by the pro-jihad Jew-hating Labour Party members, who of course read the Guardian, it does have comments. Yes, comments from real live members of the public, who have opinions they would like to share - perhaps Mr Salter has even read some of these opinions. How about this one:
Martin Salter, thank you for showing your childish nature by making up names for nasty people with whom you disagree (he called Hoon and Hewitt "Goon and Spewitt" and pretended that parliamentary colleagues were using these names, when in fact he had made them up, Ed.). Perhaps you’d like to tell us what specific promises you made to the electorate at the last election and then what actions you’ve taken personally since then to achieve them and what your achievements with regards to these promises you’ve managed.
Not exactly the Reading Evening Post, is it Martin? Still happy with your blogging career?