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Asked if the Prime Minister recognised the account by Phillipe Sands concerning a meeting between the Prime Minister and President Bush prior to the war in Iraq, the PMOS said that Phillipe Sands had had enough publicity elsewhere for the various editions of his book. He had no intention of adding to what we said last night.

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  1. Tony Blair ought to be thoroughly ashamed of himself. He told parliament last week that he " yielded to no one" in his admiration for the British Forces he deployed to Iraq. That was in response to a question as to whether he would speak to family members of soldiers killed in action present in the Commons.Typically, he ducked the question and scuttled out of the House immediately after PMQ’s.The man is a wretch.Devoid of shame and totally immersed in his own make belive world. TB, for Gods sakes go.

    Comment by Tony Green — 2 May 2006 on 6:07 pm | Link

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