Iraq: stop the shroud-waving
Read spiked editor Mick Hume's Notebook in The Times (London).
‘Grief-stricken families of British soldiers killed on active service are now among the most prominent critics of the Iraq war. This week, as two more deaths brought the UK death toll in Iraq to 103, bereaved relatives went to Downing Street with an open letter to Tony Blair, demanding that the Prime Minister bring the troops home and attacking his refusal to meet them….’
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