The crude, harsh truth is that no one can take what Blair says on foreign policy seriously, because he is responsible for the greatest foreign-policy disaster in half a century of British history. No matter that he emerged as a major world leader during the Kosovo war, or that he won international admiration after the Good Friday agreement. Now, because of that one fateful decision, his credibility is shot.
Wednesday, March 22, 2006
Blair's luck has run out - and he has no one to blame but himself
Jonathan Freedland thinks that the current Labour sleaze scandal is symptomatic of a wider loss of trust in the Prime Minister: