posted on Jul, 29 2007 @ 11:05 AM
Gordon Brown flies out today to meet with Bush.
There have been mixed messages coming from Downing street about the so-called special relationship between the US and UK - not necessarily from Brown,
but from his office.
Will the Brown premiership signal a change in relations?
I'm pretty sure he won't be as buddy-buddy as Blair, but is he cooling on the idea that the UK and US stand together on issues of foreign policy,
war on terror, Iraq etc.
And if he is, how will that affect the 2 countries?