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Re: letters to Peter Hain

This is the normal response from the 'Iraq desk' at F.C.O. and if you want any further
feedback, response or information - why not do as I did and get yourself invited to
discuss relevant issues appertaining to your own interests or concerns, by visiting them *
in London.  For this of course, it would H.E.L.P. if you are a member of our British
I found their personnel most courteous, accommodating and direct - so why depend solely on
the letters of others - go to where decisions !
With respect - a new participant recently asked everyone for ACTION, so why not compile
your collective questions and voice your opinions *.
> David Fraser wrote: 
> To All,
>    In late September, we were all asked to write to Peter Hain, to protest about attacks and 
>sanctions on Iraq.
> I had expected a flood of responses.   This does not seem to have happened.
> However, some of you may like to see the response I got from someone writing p.p. Peter
> Hain.
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