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It's led to a fundamental breakdown in trust in politics and in our institutions of government. The tragedy is that while the governing class got it so horrifically wrong many people, many of our people, actually got it right. I should add that the scale of the report, running to 6,275 pages, to which I was only given access at eight o'clock this morning, means that today's response by all of us can only be a provisional one.
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>> It would be wrong to conclude that we shouldn't stand with our American allies when our common security interests are threatened.>> Hear, hear.>> We must never be afraid to speak frankly and honestly, as best friends always should. And where we commit our troops together, there must be a structure through which our views can be properly conveyed and differences worked through.