From British daily The Daily Mail:
by JANE MERRICK
Former International Development Secretary Clare Short, a long-standing critic of the Prime Minister, described Mr Blair as “delusional” for believing that everyday life in Baghdad and Basra had been improved by the war.
Mr Blunkett said the Prime Minister was “destroying himself physically and emotionally” in the aftermath of the war because critics had questioned his decision.
The claims are made in the third and final part of Blair: The Inside Story, by respected documentary maker Michael Cockerell.
Entitled The End of The Affair, it shows how public confidence in the Premier plummeted after the 2003 Iraq invasion, the Hutton Inquiry into the death of David Kelly and over his close relationship with President George Bush.
Maybe, some mental illnesses are contagious trans-Atlantically?
Death penalty for Iraqi women? See here.