second opinion - blair breaks the law
WORKERS, APRIL 2004 ISSUE
When the Attorney-General, Lord Goldsmith, gave Blair two sheets of A4 claiming that the invasion of Iraq was legal, Blair did not let the Cabinet discuss this summary or see the full advice. He won't let us see it either, falsely claiming that 'Governments never' publish the Attorney-General's advice.
In fact, previous governments have done so, when it served their purpose. We are supposedly governed by law, but Blair forbids us to know what the law says! When the Ombudsman asked, as she is legally entitled, to see the document, the government refused.
Not only is Blair breaking British law, he broke international law by bugging the UN Secretary-General. Blair has besmirched our national honour. If he himself had any honour, he would resign at once.