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Asked if the Government had any plans to bring the majority of British troops home from Iraq in the next nine months, the Prime Minister s Spokesman (PMS) replied that as the Prime Minister had set out clearly when he was in Iraq, decisions on troop withdrawals depend on conditions on the ground, particularly relating to progress made with training the Iraqi army, and were made in close consultation with UK military commanders. The position had not changed.

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  1. Any timelines would be lying anyway. As with everything else, this government doesn’t know what it’s doing.

    Comment by Tony Blair — 22 Aug 2008 on 11:54 am | Link

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