Sunday, December 20, 2009
Julien Dray, spared prosecution if not exactly exonerated by the justice system, is back in harness and itching to settle scores with the Socialists who thought they saw an opportunity to get rid of him, starting with J.-C. Cambadélis. The media are also in his sights. And of course backing the identity debate from the left is an instant way to make a splash.
There were a lot of angry people on the Eurostar yesterday, after the train was trapped in the tunnel for an extended period and passengers were left without food, water, or blankets for 18 hours, but one of them was Eurodeputy Dominique Baudis, who is calling for an investigation.