British MPs Warn US-UK Relationship Isn't Special Anymore
The British Parliament’s cross-party foreign affairs committee said the perception that Britain was subservient to the United States, after Tony Blair’s support of George W. Bush in Iraq, damaged Britain’s standing. The MPs stated that, while US-UK relations have been warm in the past, it is an ever-evolving relationship. These comments were spurred by Sir David Manning’s statement that President Obama was not as sentimental about the historic ties between the United States and Britain, because of his Kenyan heritage and part-Indonesian upbringing.
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