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Re: Pretty much so snoopster - 26/04/2004 12:20:30 PM

Yup, and no real friends in the cabinet. Not to mention just pissing off the entire cabinet by announcing a referendum without discussing it with them first. Truly I think we are seeing the last kickings of Mr Blair.

I get that impression as well, it's also the main sourc of comment in the papers over here - quite funny as it was only a couple of weeks ago the Telegraph was saying that he is very well respected in America....

That's the impression I get. I have been looking for other sources but cannot find any as of yet.

I'll wait and have a look in the papers tomorrow morning.



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