Thursday, April 28, 2005

Legal advice

Lawyers frequently talk about interpreting the law: about arguments and proposition papers exploring the arguments against the stance wished to be followed. There are many things I do not like about Blair and his approach to government, but to have Howard criticise the issue of exploring legal opinion seems ridiculous.

The BBC Fact Check site at least acknowledges that earlier documents were deliberately exploring the equivocation of the issue as events depended on the actions of the UN.

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