Great, I thought, a decent man, back to basics etc...remembering the days when Tory sleaze was almost entirely the petty sexual indiscretions of a few MPs (yeah yeah, brown envelopes too...) - whereas for the last decade or so it's been downright full-on New Labour corruption - however, this Terry sacking was not so simple, as James Forsyth tells us: "[his] sacking as England captain tells us something interesting about what is considered a sackable offence in today's world and what is not.". i.e. it wasn't until the money side of Terry's indiscretions came up, [that I am now reading about: FFS!...does he need the money? Why not give it to mates of his or something?] that he was sacked! Well, maybe Fabio would have demoted him anyway...maybe.
"It took Fabio Capello just ten minutes to strip John Terry of the England captaincy yesterday.
The Italian family man and strict disciplinarian made it clear he would not be part of the dither and hypocrisy over the disgraced star"
Jeez, on that standard why are only 4 MP's facing the law? It should be more like 40, or even 400!
P.S. That last link from the BBC has ALREADY disappeared completely from their UK politics page (and related links) after only 8 hours and I presume this is because it's worse for Labour than the Conservatives. Clearly not important as THIS then, an "anti-Tory" story manages to say up for 28 hours and counting.
P.P.S. Photo is of French underwear model Vanessa Perroncel who's at the centre of claims surrounding England captain John Terry's alleged affair