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BP and both GOVs being accused of a conspiracy.

 

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-south-scotland-10739764

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Well as no-one else has answered I will..... and my answer is....

NO

 

The fact that it has "British" in the company title, and they've had the misfortune of it being their oil rig that's had the troubles I think they want them to be scapegoats in every thing that can be insinuated. If someone attacked people from the UK in America, they would face American justice, end of story.

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answer is NO

 

we dont interfere with their internal problems why are they trying to demand we do what they want , maybe we need to tell them their Poodle Blair has gone dont think they know that

 

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answer is NO

 

we dont interfere with their internal problems why are they trying to demand we do what they want , maybe we need to tell them their Poodle Blair has gone dont think they know that

 

look back in history when they bought London Bridge and thought they was getting Tower Bridge, not really a bright spark are they :D :D

 

The 'special relationship' appears to be a bit of a one-way street. The extradition treaty between the two countries being a good example - far less proof required to extradite somebody from here to there than the other way around. I don't think Blair did us any favours with his poodle-like insistence on kissing Dubya's backside all the time and I hope this government does something to redress the balance. I won't hold my breath though.

 

My answer therefore is no - Straw and co. are quite right to tell them to sod off, although in a perverse and probably hypocritical sort of way, I'd love to see Blair squirming in front of a US enquiry. It would be a far cry from his vomit-inducing appearances of the past. Remember the last one? Fresh from his 'triumphant' speech to US Politicians he had his bubble burst in spectacular fashion by a British reporter who asked him if he had blood on his hands over the David Kelly affair. From hero to zero in half a nanosecond.

 

We should treat the Americans with respect without bowing and scraping to them - and occasionally it won't do any harm if our politicians do what's best for this country even if the Americans don't like it. I hope Cameron backs the ex Ministers to the hilt.

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Good post Fred-you summed things up to a T.

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I really, really hope that we stick to our guns (so to speak) with this, despite quite liking the idea of seeing Jack Straw squirm.

 

The other story that surprised me by not making the headlines was Cameron bringing up the subject of the proposed extradition of the guy with Asperger's who hacked into Nasa looking for UFOs. I don't recall Gordon ever making this a priority when he had 'talks' with Obama.

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