Tony Blair’s government is fighting back against the BBC’s constant attacks on Blair’s Iraq policy. Blair’s communications director, Alistair Campbell denounced the BBC in the House of Commons yesterday. Campbell took on the BBC’s claim that Blair’s administration “sexed up” its dossier on Saddam Hussein’s regime. The BBC’s attack was weak on its face, as the BBC criticized only a single statement in the dossier, and did not disprove that statement but rather pointed out that it came from a single intelligence source rather than multiple sources. Campbell said: “It
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