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The UK government needs to be "less deferential" towards the US and more willing to say no to Washington, a group of MPs have said.
The Commons Foreign Affairs committee also said it was wrong to speak of "the special relationship" with the US, as it was fostering other alliances.
Fears were raised last night that the U.S. could betray Britain over the future of the Falkland Islands after a senior American official called them by their Spanish name.
Originally posted by foxhoundone
Never did fall for the "special relationship" party line Mdv2,
The game was up so to speak along time ago. I could get my head around it if there was big investment heading our way (UK) IE ships being built in the shipyards or major military contracts for our aerospace industry. But it never surfaced
I think that was the angle Tony Blair was aiming for (Fair play to him for that). When we hopped into bed with the USA fighting in the middle east, So it looks to me we our own to pull ourselves outa this situation,