You've got your head up where?

A letter to the editor of the Guardian, published today:

    Can someone tell me why, after publishing a fulsome interview with Richard Desmond some months ago, you have followed with a self-congratulatory piece (Richard Desmond: my struggle, October 25)?

    As usual, Desmond has given an article that has so many flights of fancy, he could be damaging the ozone layer with his hot air. This is either because: a) you are too lazy to fill the space you have with original copy or b) your editor is disappearing into a horrible orifice where he shouldn't.

    Michael Gannon, London

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