Some weeks ago I wrote of how I intended never to refer to the traitorous Edward Heath on this blog again.
However, when I read the following paragraph in Christopher Booker's column in the Daily Telegraph, I decided to change my mind...
When Edward Heath died, he left Arundells, his grand retirement home in Salisbury Cathedral Close, as a monument to his life and work. But so few people visited this dead museum to the man who took us into Europe that it will this week be closing its doors to the public for the last time. The beautiful house is now to be sold, thus returning it to the land of the living.
Further comment from me would be superfluous.