THE FOREIGN Affairs Select Committee spent four weeks investigating the
reasons Blair gave for taking Britain into a war against Iraq. The title
of their proceedings - ’The decision to go to war against Iraq’ was
hardly dealt with.
GORDON BROWN’S Commons statement on the euro, the world’s biggest
currency union, deliberately faced both ways. The government said it
would try to "break down anti-euro prejudice", but it would not hold a
referendum on joining as yet.