No 10 denies ousting arms expert

#1
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/3925499.stm

Downing Street has said it played no part in the ousting of a top intelligence official who criticised Tony Blair's Iraqi arms claims.
John Morrison said Whitehall gave a "collective raspberry" to the prime minister's claim Saddam Hussein posed a "serious and current threat" to the UK.

His contract as chief investigator to the Intelligence and Security Committee is not being renewed.

The prime minister's spokesman said it was a matter for the committee.

Mr Morrison has worked for the committee for the last five years. His contract expires in October
I despair , there has to be some good news out there :cry:
 
#3
The good news is............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... yeah, your right, there isn't any.
 
#5
Yes it is

As good as the equal pay rights for women announcement

The problem is, it's equal rights for Muslim sweatshop worker women, in a cynical attempt to get that vote back.
 

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