22 June 2009

The Iraq kidnapping: More of the same from Brown

Brown says the government had “left no stone” unturned in efforts to free the hostages.  Graeme Moore, father of one of the hostages held in Iraq, hits out at the Foreign Office:

They haven’t done anything. They should have been straight in directing negotiations right from the beginning.

And on Brown’s role:

….the PM can make the time and effort to telephone both Simon Cowell and Piers Morgan but he wouldn't contact families waiting to learn the fate of their sons kidnapped in Iraq.


Interesting, is is not, that for Brown everything become a priority not only when tragedy happens but when headlines are made.

Not flash, just Gordon.

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