I heard Tory MP Chris Grayling on the radio earlier talking about Peter Hain, who is his opposite number.
Unlike a lot of other Tories, he is not sneering in tone, does not sound like a toff or like he is trying too hard to be normal. Instead he came across as balanced and very fair.
Despite pressure from the inept Radio 5 interviewer Peter Allen, who appeared to have a set list of questions he was going to ask irrespective of the answers Chris Grayling gave, a balanced critique of Peter Hain's position, he didn't call for his resignation, and avoided the line "New" Labour took prior to 1997 which required every Tory who made a mistake to get fired (thus making a rod for their own backs).
Far be it from me to praise Tories, but I thought he spoke well and didn't fall prey to the easy line of attacking for attacking's sake.