From London daily The Morning Star:
Blair guilt confirmed
(Thursday 08 June 2006)
It was clear then, and is even clearer now, that, according to even the most charitable interpretation, their ignorance was carefully contrived on the basis of not asking questions because they suspected what the answers were.
Given the close master-servant relationship that exists between Downing Street and the White House, it is probably safe to assume that Mr Blair was fully up to speed over the CIA kidnapping and torture programme.
Seeing the government’s cavalier disregard for long-cherished human rights in this country, imagining a similar contempt for the rights of people designated as terrorists by Washington is not difficult.
The Prime Minister remains as brazen as ever in his refusal to be bound by domestic or international law, as he showed in his dismissal of Menzies Campbell‘s questions in Parliament.
On the Dick Marty report: here.
Actions in Britain against torture flights: here.
Ireland and torture flights: here.
Other side of Blair and planes: Tony is accused of using flights on British Airways to excess.