Dr Fox speech on the Special Relationship

#2
Believe it or not, but the tory shadow cabinet are quite well regarded on t'other side of the pond.

Dr Fox and William Hague have made some decent contacts in the Bush administration over the last year, and are looking to lay further bonds with the neo-cons.
 
#3
Agent_Smith said:
Believe it or not, but the tory shadow cabinet are quite well regarded on t'other side of the pond.

Dr Fox and William Hague have made some decent contacts in the Bush administration over the last year, and are looking to lay further bonds with the neo-cons.
Thats most likely not going to help them with the British electorate, what do they think of Cameron 'Diaz' ?
 
#4
Well yes, it's not likely to sway many of the 'centre ground' voters back here, but they are rebuilding the bridges that John Major destroyed when he tried to help Bush senior beat that pesky philanderer, Bill Clinton.

Not sure what they make of Cameron yet, but i'm pretty sure that they won't appreciate his jumping on every populist bandwagon (although Blair does that, and they love him :? :wink: )
 
#6
Ah. Dr Liam Fox. Thought you were talking about the disc jockey. Now his brother is an expert on 'special relationships'....
(no, just joshing) :D
 

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