Tebbit attacks Blair over terror

BBC News Sunday 13th March 2005

Tebbit said: "Considering Blair is the man who let out of prison a whole battalion of murderers, including the man that crippled my wife, that nearly killed me and murdered my friends, I find it difficult to take his claims seriously."

"I feel a sensation of nausea that a man so detached from reality and truth could be the prime minister of this country."

In reaction, a Labour party spokesman said: "The government acts on the advice it receives from the police and the intelligence service, and the application of anti-terrorist law."

Oh, so that's ok then is it? At what stage does a home secretary intervene in an issue such as this? Is this the same intelligence service that told Blair about the WMD in Iraq?

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