Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Regrets, I have a few, but there again, too few to mention

You would have thought that there would have been at least a vague hint of contrition from Alistair Campbell. Perhaps a small concession to the obvious reality that Labour got it utterly wrong over the war. But no, nothing of the sort. As far as Campbell was concerned, he had no regrets at all. He stood by the "evidence" that weapons of mass production existed in Iraq and said Britain should be "proud" of her role in the Iraq invasion.

It will be interesting to see what Hoon, Straw and of course Brown and Blair have to say when they get their grilling from the Iraq inquiry.
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