» Friday, January 19, 2007

Doctors’ letters

Asked about the Independent story today about doctors’ letters to the Prime Minister regarding children dying in Iraqi hospitals due to a lack of equipment, and lawyers had said that the UK was in breach of the Geneva Convention, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that the best thing was for us to study the letter and to reply.

Put that it had been some weeks since the letter arrived at No10, and had it been read or studied since then, the PMOS said that we had a procedure for dealing with these sorts of letters, and we would follow that procedure.

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