Tuesday, October 31, 2006

SNP Leader Alex Salmond on Iraq War

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fantastic debate today only to be let down by the toadying of spineless Labour MPs such as Jim McGovern of Dundee West and Jim Devine of Livingston.

I've just posted the names of the 12 Labour MPs who voted against the SNP/Plaid motion which was almost identical to the Early Day Motion (1088) which these same 12 Labour MPs signed. If they. along with other co-signatories had voted No yesterday (fine chance of their parliamentary voting record matching their public posturing) then Blair would have been defeated (unlikely to have resigned) but a House of Commons Select Committee could have started the process of investigating Suez II aka the Iraq invasion.

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