From over at Voice in the Wilderness, we learn that the British government of Tony Blair entered the war on Iraq on some hysterically weak (read: non-existent) legal justification. From the original article here, we read:
Downing Street refused last night to "get into the advice process". The Prime Minister's official spokesman added that the Cabinet was given "an explanation of [the Attorney General's] conclusions" about the legality of war.
But Gordon Prentice, a Labour member of the Public Administration Committee, expressed amazement. He said: "We have been taken to war on the basis of a two-page summary conclusion."
Sigh. Has Tony Blair learned nothing from President Chimpy McChimpster? And that is, when you get a one or two page document, you ignore it. How hard can that be?