"What strange people we Brits are. We spend years moaning that our politicians are cynical opportunists who don’t stand for anything. Then along comes an opposition leader who has principles - and appears to stick by them even when it makes him unpopular - and he is dismissed as a joke."
Thus begins a surprisingly sensible Spectator article on Jeremy Corbyn, who is depicted by the magazine's deputy editor Freddy Gray as honourably (if naively) steadfast in his beliefs and position - in comparison to David Cameron, who appears to be making up his foreign policy on the fly with no regard for the consequences.
(Thanks to Tim for the link.)