We were all opposed to the government's military intervention in Iraq. Though, obviously, we welcome the fall of Saddam, the emergence of democracy in Iraq, alongside other signs of change and progress in the Middle East, we continue to believe military action was the wrong decision.It's good to see the "welcome [given to] the fall of Saddam, the emergence of democracy in Iraq, alongside other signs of change and progress in the Middle East". But they still believe military action was wrong - what other actions were available?
We do not question the Prime Minister's integrity: we question the decision he reached. However, we also acknowledge that general elections are not decided on one issue alone, and that the country must take into account many factors in choosing its government.
On that basis, despite our firmly held views on Iraq, we strongly support the re-election of a Labour government.
Last night I watched, with Rullsenberg, The Life of Brian. I can't help feeling the opening of the above letter has the same feel as the "What have the Romans ever done for us" sketch.
Read it and decide.