d here that a Tory idiot had offered extremists an Oxford Univ
platform. I said the organiser gave students a bad name. I was wrong. Luke Tryl is a publicity junkie who will never wipe clean the stain of handing megaphones to Holocaust denier David Irving and
BNP leader Nick Griffin. But hundreds of protesters who voiced disapproval proved students still have fire in their bellies. Tryl gave himself, not students, a bad name. The Lib Dems will face a dilemma if spirited green
grappler Chris Huhne
pips favourite Nick Clegg to the top job. Huhne, the partys environment spokesman, is backed by
just 11 MPs, his rival by 39. So Huhne could be crowned by Lib Dem members without the backing of the partys MPs. The omens arent good for Huhne - the last l
eader elected in defiance of MPs was Tory Iain Duncan Smith, dumped a couple of awful years
later. Good news for the Labour party - the Aussie Labor party. Leader Kevin Rudds trouncing of right winger John Howard gives Oz a new PM. Republican Rudd will ditch the Queen, pull troops out of Iraq and fight climate change. But dont expect too many more fireworks. The man who couldnt remember visiting a New York strip joint is described as about as interesting as a carpet!