Richard Ingrams, commenting on the composition of the Iraq war inquiry panel, writes:
[T]here had been a great deal of scepticism in the press, and more than a few MPs had expressed doubts about the composition of the panel – no military or legal experts, two Jewish historians thought to have been in favour of the war and a token woman, Baroness Prashar, whom few people had hitherto heard of.
Not just thought to have been in favour of the war, but Jewish. Now, what could be the relevance of that? Mind you, Ingrams only tells you what was being said by people other than himself.