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The watchdog commissioner, Sir Alistair Graham, says a "significant number" of the public still felt the war in Iraq was affecting trust.
A spate of negative stories - such as the cash-for-honours scandal - may have had an adverse effect on public trust.
Originally posted by Prometheus James
I trust politicians are far as I can throw them, and in John Prescotts case... well you get the idea
The reason people don't trust politicians is because of what they do, the actual work itself and the fact they do things like play at war when they shouldn't or forget who actually put them in office.