Craig Murray is under a bit of pressure from the government at the moment. He put up a series of documents as supporting evidence for his book and this seems to have troubled the powers that be somewhat. It appears that the government would much prefer it if these documents were not widely available to the public.
That'll be these documents then:
1. FCO Comment
2. IMF Telegram
5. Hill negotiation
6. Michael Woods memo of 13th March
7. Telegram of 18 March 2003 - US Foreign Policy
8. Letter from Simon Butt dated 26 June 2003
9. Exchange of emails with Linda Duffield (For some unknown reason, this one won't upload. I'll try again later.)
10. Colin Reynolds report of 26 June 2003
11. Minutes of meeting with Howard Drake
12. Letter from British businessmen in Tashkent
13. Email to Kate Smith
14. Minute of 26 September 2003
Interesting stuff. Number 6, where a Foreign Office bod explains why it isn't illegal for the UK government to knowingly accept information obtained through torture, is quite the thing.
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