From what I can gather, Nick's eulogy for Euston is a proper knee-slapper, full of the usual wails and screams but at a particularly piercing pitch and tone.
Tragically however, it's paywalled for me, and I'd rather have my wisdom teeth replaced and then pulled all over again than pay the Spectator for the privilege of perusing it. So I'll just have to wait until it appears somewhere else.
Going by past experience, I'm betting that it's mainly some mixture of
The wars that we demanded have left half the planet in flames and have - incredibly - elevated our bitter political foes to power, and this is definitely somebody else's fault, and
Our political project was an abject failure, but that had nothing at all to do with the godawful behaviour of the people who promoted it.
Still, I know some of you have read it and that you, like me, have many fond memories of the era. For those of you who want to pick over the rubble or to discuss any notable departures from universal values, consider this an open thread.