Brown should be candid friend to the US

Commenting ahead of Gordon Brown’s first trip to Washington as Prime Minister, Liberal Democrat Leader Ming Campbell said:

“There are three things which should be on Gordon Brown’s agenda when he meets President Bush: renegotiation of the one-sided extradition treaty; the closure of the Guantanamo Bay detention centre; and a negotiated withdrawal of British forces from Iraq.

“These should be the objective of a candid friend. The excessively subordinated relationship between the President and Mr Blair should be put to bed.”

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