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[casi] BBC: TemperedTalk - War Debate

BBC: TemperedTalk -  War Debate

But at least "Iraq: Opposition in a corner?" on 1 July 03 yields some
unintended infotainment, mainly thanks to the INC "expert".





7 July

 Iraq: the case for war

The UK's foreign affairs select committee says "the jury is still out" on
whether the assessment of the threat from Iraq ahead of the war was

4 July

Iraq: Was the public duped?

Pauline Neville-Jones used to chair Britain's Joint Intelligence Committee.
She compares the current government's handling of military intelligence with
her own experience.

2 July

Iraq: Searching for the truth

Former US Congressman, Tom Andrews, is calling for an independent inquiry
into whether Iraq really posed such a big threat to US security. He talks to
Tim Sebastian.

1 July

Iraq: Opposition in a corner?

Before the war, the Iraqi National Congress was adamant that Iraq had
weapons of mass destruction. What role does the INC play in the current
weapons row?

27 June

 Iraq: Trouble at home

The British government is furious at the BBC for reporting that Iraq's
weapons capability was exaggerated. Alan Duncan, a member of the main
opposition party talks to Tim Sebastian.

26 June

Iraq: Charities in crisis

What problems are charities facing during the reconstruction of Iraq? Will
Day, Chief Executive of Care International UK talks to Tim Sebastian.

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