Scott, Thomas, 1947- :"I'm quitting as Lions spin doctor, Clive, and going back to persuading the British public there are weapons of mass destruction in Iraq - it's easier..." Dominion Post, 4 July 2005.
Reference Number: DX-025-151
Shows Alistair Campbell, formerly Director of Communications and Strategy for number 10 Downing Street and now Manager of the Press for the 2005 British & Irish Lions tour of New Zealand, talking to Sir Clive Woodward, the coach of the Lions' team. He tellsSir Clive that he is quitting his job as spin doctor for the Lions tour and returning to his job at 10 Downing Street where he found it much easier to persuade the British public that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The British & Irish Lions are having a less than successful tour.
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Scott, Thomas, 1947- :"I'm quitting as Lions spin doctor, Clive, and going back to persuading the British public there are weapons of mass destruction in Iraq - it's easier..." Dominion Post, 4 July 2005., Reference Number DX-025-151 (1 digitised items)
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