To the radical left, Jeff Monaghan, the low-level civil servant and lower-level amateur anarchist, is a hero for leaking the Conservative government's environment plans to meet (sort of) the Kyoto targets (maybe).
To hear him at press conferences, one would think he was a modern-day Daniel Ellsberg, leaking the Pentagon Papers out of pure patriotism and desire for peace and right to triumph.
And so he might be, in his own mind.
But is it not hypocritical for a self-styled radical anarchist to be in the employ of government?
Monaghan believes that there's no government like no government. The government should respect his beliefs and fire him at once.