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Issue No. 1926

“You know where you stand with George and, in today’s world, that’s much better than rudderless leaders who drift with the prevailing wind.”
New Labour MP Gisela Stuart endorses Bush

“The bottom line is that America needs to create a serious public enemy who is not Iraqi so they can claim Iraqis aren’t responsible for the resistance.”
Jordanian political analyst Lahib Kamhawi

on the US obsession with Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

“The provincial government is on the verge of collapse. Just about everybody has resigned or is on the verge of resigning.”
US Lieutenant Ryan Schranel on the disintegration of the imposed regional government covering Fallujah

“We have at least 1,000 people who fly every week from London to their second homes in Nice, Malaga, Palma and Barcelona. There is a misconception that budget airlines are used mainly by people on lower incomes.”
EasyJet spokesperson

“The figures show that the massive expansion in air travel planned by the government will almost entirely benefit the rich.”
John Stewart of the ClearSkies campaign

“The only thing Labour can hope for is Iraq to disappear from the front pages.”
Whitehall official on ministers’ discussions about the timing of the next general election


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Who Says?
Sat 6 Nov 2004, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1926
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