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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Blair had a "wobble" on Bible and Iraq

Blair 'wobbled' after reading Bible

14 January 2011 - Tony Blair had a "wobble" on the eve of ordering a bombing raid on Saddam Hussein after a late-night session reading the Bible, former communications chief Alastair Campbell has said in an extract from his diaries.

Mr Campbell - who insisted during Mr Blair's time in power that "we don't do God" - made clear that the former prime minister's religious beliefs played a part in his decision-making.

The insight into Mr Blair's thinking comes a week ahead of his second appearance before the Chilcot Inquiry into the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

According to Mr Campbell, the jitters came hours before an Anglo-American bombing mission against Iraq in 1998, in retaliation for Saddam's failure to co-operate with United Nations weapons inspectors.

"TB was clearly having a bit of a wobble," Mr Campbell wrote in an extract from the latest volume of his diaries, entitled Power and the People, serialised in The Guardian. "He said he had been reading the Bible last night, as he often did when the really big decisions were on, and he had read something about John the Baptist and Herod which had caused him to rethink, albeit not change his mind." {continued}

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