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1 8th June 01:21
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Fewer than half say Blair was right to invade Iraq

By Danielle Demetriou
08 July 2003

Public support for the war against Iraq has dropped significantly over the
past month, according to a newspaper poll published today.

Recent factors, including the on-going clash between the Government and the
BBC over two dossiers, and the recent spate of killings of British and
American forces in Iraq, are believed to have contributed to the steady
decrease in support.

The study revealed that the number of people who regarded military action
taken against Iraq as "right" had dropped from 64 per cent in April and 58
per cent in June to 47 per cent this month. The greatest change in opinion
was among women and voters over 65, according to the poll, conducted by
Populus for The Times.

[cont.]

http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/politics/story.jsp?story=422736

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Asked for the first time about the (Iraq) uranium issue, Bush said: "There's
going
to be a lot of attempts to rewrite history."

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=584&ncid=584&e=1&u=/nm/20030
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2 8th July 22:41
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Default Fewer than half say Blair was right to invade Iraq


Fewer than half say Blair was right to invade Iraq

By Danielle Demetriou
08 July 2003

Public support for the war against Iraq has dropped significantly over the
past month, according to a newspaper poll published today.

Recent factors, including the on-going clash between the Government and the
BBC over two dossiers, and the recent spate of killings of British and
American forces in Iraq, are believed to have contributed to the steady
decrease in support.

The study revealed that the number of people who regarded military action
taken against Iraq as "right" had dropped from 64 per cent in April and 58
per cent in June to 47 per cent this month. The greatest change in opinion
was among women and voters over 65, according to the poll, conducted by
Populus for The Times.

[cont.]

http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/politics/story.jsp?story=422736

--
Asked for the first time about the (Iraq) uranium issue, Bush said: "There's
going
to be a lot of attempts to rewrite history."

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=584&ncid=584&e=1&u=/nm/20030
709/pl_nm/iraq_bush_dc
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