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Press Release March 17th 19:40 www.reselect.org.uk New "reselect your Labour MP website" set up on eve of war If Labour MPs get the chance to vote on George Bush's planned Iraq war, they may be casting a wary eye at www.reselect.org.uk a new website set up to help Labour Party members deselect their MPs. The website, which includes headings such as "How to reselect and deselect a Labour MP", "Tony Blair's techniques of deceit " and "MPs' positions on war - the full list", has been established by Dr Glen Rangwala, the Cambridge University professor who unearthed Downing Street's infamous dodgy intelligence dossier The section on Tony Blair's techniques of deceit has 4 headings. 1. Portraying inspections as ineffective. 2. Using falsified documents to make claims about Iraq's weapons. 3. Falsely claiming that speculative information is derived from intelligence sources. 4. Ignoring international commitments In many constituencies the reselection process is already going on. Barabara Roche, MP for Hornsey and now Minister of State of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister faces deselection later this week. Oona King narrowly survived a deselection vote a week ago, and then only because she won union support on the basis that there would be a UN mandate for an Iraq attack, which now appears not to be the case. To speak to Dr Rangwala call 01223 335759/ 07880 665731 www.reselect.org.uk _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk