Standing Up To Bush

Tony Blair has stuck by his friend and ally George W. Bush on Iraq despite growing opposition back home and plummeting poll ratings. But an issue has emerged that may force the British Prime Minister to stand up and tell Bush, "No more." As Blair heads for Washington this week to address Congress, most of the British political establishment is pressuring him to protest the Pentagon's announcement that two Britons held in isolation at Camp Delta, the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, won't be returned to Britain for trial despite repeated requests. Instead, the two are expected to face U.S. military...

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