Friday, August 25, 2006

Blair's foreign policy is now a threat to national security

"As Lebanon showed, the foreign policy advanced in Britain's name, but without its support, is not Labour's, the government's or even the cabinet's. It is shared by few people beyond Downing Street and Blair's ever-decreasing circle of admirers. That makes it all the more regrettable that so many of his ministers felt the need to associate themselves publicly with his errors. There is now a strong public appetite for a change of foreign-policy direction, and Labour will need to tap into that if it is to recover the authority to govern." —David Clark

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