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June 28, 2005

From Memos, Insights Into Ally's Doubts On Iraq War

Jack Straw tried to warn Tony Blair...

Link: From Memos, Insights Into Ally's Doubts On Iraq War.

In the spring of 2002, two weeks before British Prime Minister Tony Blair journeyed to Crawford, Tex., to meet with President Bush at his ranch about the escalating confrontation with Iraq, Foreign Secretary Jack Straw sounded a prescient warning."The rewards from your visit to Crawford will be few," Straw wrote in a March 25 memo to Blair stamped "Secret and Personal." "The risks are high, both for you and for the Government."

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