The quick powers Mr Blair is issuing for the police to give instant justice are not as effective as he is making out.
It is good that the home secretary has seen sense on the deportation rules.
It is a disgrace that the Government should choose the day on which the Work and Pensions Secretary has resigned to conceal these findings.
I hope the party will rally round Charles now he has made this statement. I think the public are enormously forgiving of their politicians and enormously fond of Charles.
What the public wants is sensible measures that will tackle terrorism, but they don't want to see the very fundamental principles of justice and liberty broken away.
I think they are in serious trouble,
the government must not hand the terrorists a victory by taking away long held liberties and principles of justice.
We broadly welcome the use of powers to deport people, as long as the individuals involved have a right to appeal and the case for deportation is reasonable.
Real opposition and principled opposition is about making a stand on this key issue of holding suspects without charge.
There can be no justification for the bombings that took place in London.Britain's involvement in the war in Iraq is no excuse for Muslim extremism.However, it would be wrong for the Government to deny that Muslim communities feel a sense of unease about our involvement in Iraq.
If Amnesty has concerns about torture then they will know better than a minister in Whitehall what is really going on, and we should listen to their concerns.
What are the kind of words that somebody would use which could then be implied to be incitement This will be hard legislation to draft.
I would like to apologize for errors of judgment in personal behavior and for the embarrassment caused, firstly to my family but also to my friends, my constituents and my party.
Keeping suspects in police detention for three months would be radically out of step with our European and Commonwealth partners. Where other countries hold suspects for long periods there are safeguards in the form of an independent judge who decides if there is a case to answer.
If the prime minister had wanted to show real action he would have announced a suspension to the licensing legislation.