Conspiracy theorists are breathing a sigh of relief today as a new poll shows that the vast majority of the British public believe that Tony Blair knew about the London bombings on 7th July 2005 in advance. 83 per cent of those polled (24) say they believe the prime minister was tipped off in advance of the bombings but did nothing to prevent them. One well placed commentator says there was no conspiracy but gives a stark warning: "There is one hell of a tidal wave coming, as secrets that have been hidden for too long start to emerge." The poll findings will however be heartening to those in the 7/7 conspiracy industry who have invested heavily in the theory and who have worked hard to place the events of 7th July alongside the assassination of JFK, the death of Diana and 9/11. Little wonder that many have taken to asking on uncensored websites and and at open meetings across the country: "Why has the British state embarked on a policy of creating a de facto police state replete with laws which have more than a passing similarity to those passed by both Hitler and Mussolini?"