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Desert Storm

by | 8th, July 2003

‘INSTEAD of sexing up (or sexing down) dossiers, the Prime Minister should work on sexing up his own image, as today’s Times reports that voters are losing faith in him and his Government.

Jammin’ today and jammin’ tomorrow

To the paper’s question, ‘How would you vote if there were a General Election tomorrow?’, 36% of respondents say Labour, 34% say Tory, 21% answer Liberal Dem and 9% opt for a party called ‘Other’.

But before Tony and the Blairios strap on their PVC catsuits and step onto the church stage for one last rabble-rousing concert and before Cherie raises the hems of her leather skirts, there are questions to the answered.

One of the chief reasons for the fall in the Government’s popularity is the Iraq effect.

And, as the Independent reports, yesterday’s published findings from the Foreign Affairs Select Committee say the ‘jury is still out’ on the accuracy of the Government’s now infamous dossier.

As a verdict from a political jury, ‘the jury is still

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