Blair's Post-Iraq Tribulations

Last week was a rough one for British Prime Minister Tony Blair. And it wasn't just because protesters wearing Pinocchio noses greeted him when he arrived at the High Court in London to testify before the Hutton Inquiry into the apparent suicide of David Kelly--a government weapons expert and the source for a BBC report in May alleging that Blair's aides knowingly inserted false information into a dossier on Iraq's unconventional weapons. Blair gave a virtuoso performance, saying he would have had to quit if the report had been proved true. Still, a CNN/TIME poll found that only 6% of the...

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