Jeff Watson, Conservative MP for Essex, writes today about his seatmate in the 38th session of Parliament, Chuck Cadman.

It’s both touching and historically relevant at the same time; Watson’s account gives us a unique perspective on the man who tied one of the most historically significant votes of this session, the background behind the vote and the consquences that followed that decision.

“In a Parliament, at a time when betrayal was the story of the day, Chuck Cadman never betrayed his constituents. He never betrayed his values. He held his son in memory as a determined MP. Now he is reunited once again with his son.” — Jeff Watson, CPC MP Essex

I’m glad to have found this post. Thanks to Jeff Watson for blogging it. I’ve added him to Blogging Tories.