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Asked what his reaction to the Times story regarding the official from the US saying that UK and US relations were one sided, the PMOS said that much more importantly was that the State Department described the individual as an academic, not a representative of the State Department.

Asked to comment on Kim Howells’s view that the US official was a discredited individual, the PMOS said that the Minister expressed himself in his own way but that he, the PMOS, preferred to rely on the State Department.

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  1. Another slap-down for Yo Blair from his Washington mentors. What a reduced and craven Uriah Heep figure our great leader is.

    Comment by Brian — 1 Dec 2006 on 10:06 am | Link
  2. Maybe the US/UK communicatos could have discussed the mess they have made of the health service in Iraq.Even Saddam managed to preserve some kind of Health Service and that was during the sanctions. Not so, apparently, the geniuses of the Coalition:


    Comment by Carol — 1 Dec 2006 on 4:08 pm | Link

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