Wednesday 25 September 2002

Blair's Dossier Damns Him

Tony Blair was greeted with near-silence from his own MPs yesterday as he set out his case for a possible war with Iraq - but got a glowing tribute from President Bush.

His statement to a recalled House of Commons followed the publication of a 50-page dossier on Saddam Hussein's weapons programme.

Mr Blair told MPs: "We know that diplomacy, not backed by the threat of force, has never worked with dictators and never will.

"The threat of Saddam and weapons of mass destruction is not American or British propaganda. The history and the present threat are real."

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