I rally don't know why there is such a fuss about David Cameron's speech yesterday. So he criticised the government for failing to protect its citizens properly. If the leader of Her Majesty's Opposition is not allowed to do that then we have reached a very strange point in our parliamentary democracy. Accusations that he has broken the cross party consensus in the war on terror are wide of the mark. If these accusations have any validity at all, then the LibDems broke the consensus many months ago. His accusers forget that the Conservatives have not just blindly followed the government over the last year - they have vehemently opposed the government's plans for 90 days detention and various other measures. This hasn't been done just for the sake of opposing - the reasons have been principled. The overreaction to Cameron's speech almost goes to prove that he is on to something.