Fuck off down the Shatt
"The Shia round up and kill Sunni suspects; the latter respond with market bombs, in addition to their rising attacks on the coalition. Unable to make headway against the Shiite shites, with figureheads like Al-Sadr experienced at manoeuvring around unseen after oppression from the Saddamite, and ex-Baath psychopaths, the coalition is locked into a costly game of managing the status quo".
Four and a bit years on, Iraq gets no better and an end to the occupation is not in sight...
¶ 8:15 PM
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Palestinian targets are being pounded in Gaza and north Lebanon, in a grim reminder that, apart from the Lebanese army's new show of strength, nothing has changed from recent conflicts
with Hamas and Hezbollah.
¶ 10:31 PM
Harry will need houdini
The chief of the British Army, Dicky Dannatt, a man who once told it like it was when he said that coalition forces do not help the security situation, has decided that the prince must serve in the ongoing occupation of Iraq. These were some of his reasons why…
¶ 10:42 PM
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Adjust your cameron
"The electorate is not exactly bovvered in Blair-appropriation speech by these trivial issues"
"It was the sound of a man from Surrey living in Mumbai in 1912 commenting on the hot temper of the natives"
"The suggestion that the Tories are electable because they’ve got a professional cream dispenser in charge is still laughable"
Dave may appeal to Dagenham but bringing his rejuvenated party to power is a political murder
¶ 9:51 PM
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"The PM was again dependent not on his own party for policy sign-off but the Tories, who once again played auxiliary tough guys on the real issues. Eighty-eight nays were nary enough to stall the nuclear bill. How this sits with Camers’ plans to get nearer to the public given that a majority do not want a new nuclear deterrent system is not clear, but the Cam-Can would go down with the Kursk if they could wring good press out of it"… More on the other side
¶ 12:05 AM