» Friday, March 19, 2004

Pakistan/Al Qaida

Asked for a progress report on the military operation by Pakistan to root out members of Al Qaida on the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan, the PMOS said that as Geoff Hoon had stated this morning, this was not a UK operation and he didn’t have any additional information about it. Nevertheless, we were watching events unfold with interest.

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  1. The programme "Yes Minister" as far as I am concerned is more like how the government is actually run now, than the government would like to think. One programme detailing the Prime Minister’s expenses during a trip abroad made me think that we should be informed of the cost of all trips abroad for whatever excuse.

    Geoff Hoon should have been relieved of his position months ago,together with the man who bullied Dr.Kelly
    Joy Lowther (now living in Spain)

    Comment by Joy Lowther — 19 Mar 2004 on 6:20 pm | Link
  2. Joy Lowther can we have some more information on this real Joy Lowther you mention if as I assume it isnt you.

    Comment by John Murphy — 20 Mar 2004 on 2:37 pm | Link

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