In light of the Mail's attack on Ed Miliband's dead father for "hating Britain" (evidence: he opposed the Falklands war, and fought the Nazis), Stephen Glover has written a stirring piece arguing that such attacks on the dead are a new low in British life.
Oh, woops! Don't let the picture of Ed Miliband fool you. He was actually talking about the death of Margaret Thatcher in April.
Remember: attacking a dead politician over their legacy = shameful. Attack a politician's dead father = what makes this country great.