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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago: Britain and American's special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice.But report by MPs says the term is now out-dated, inaccurate, and needs to go.

"We need to,not be sentimental about this relationship,we need to work on the basis of our national interest and take a clear-headed,unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there will be differences."

It was the World II and its aftermath that simmered the transatlantic alliance. By then was caused, another affair was acted strongest: the statue in London of America's wartime president Franklin Roosevelt was unveiled in 1948,it was paid for entirely from donations,160,000 grateful Brits each gave 5 schillings,covering the entire costs in just 6 days.

In the 80's Margaret Thatcher and Ranold Reagon brought the special relationship to the full again.

"Welcome the Prime Minister from our strongest friend, as it closes the airline as a dorm meant of Benjamin Gate."

But the cross party Foregin Affairs Committee says it was Tony Blair supported for George Bush over the Iraq War that shaked many people's view of today's speacial relationship, the perception right or wrong: Britain was Washiton's poor doll.

"Today we are renewing our special relationship for new times." Barack Obama's more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the alliance, the report says. Britain should do the same. And its deference to Washinton should end and UK should learn to say No and put up our own national interest first.

The report says that the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy, language, culture and history still bind this, our relationship remains close, if perhaps no longer special.

Simon Newton Sky News Central London.
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[Homework]2010-03-29 英国须向美国“说不”

It was freeze calling by Church more then 60 years ago Britan and American special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice.But a report by MP says the term is now outdated inacurate and needs to go.
we need to not be sentimental about this relationship, we need to work on the bases of our national interests,we take a clear headied? unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there would be differences.
It was the 2nd world war and its aftermath the translantic lines. But definitly of course the love affair was at its stongest this statue in London of American wartime president Rooservlt was unveiled in 1948. It was paid for Italy from donations 16O,000 briefly for each guy 5 shierlins covering the entire cost in just six days.
In the 80's margrafucture,Ronand Regan brought the relation to the fall again.welcome the Prime Minister,for our strongest friend and closest ailin?? but the cross party foreign policy commitee says that it was Tony Blair's support for Geogy Bush over the Iraq War that shakes many people's view of today's special relationship.The perception of right or wrong, Britian was Washington's putor.
today we are renewing our special relationship for new times.Barack Obama is more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also own to the lines through  report says and Britan should do the same. Any difference to Washington's shenadon? the  UK should learn to say no and put our own national interest first. The report says the UK must be realistic about the influence through the US policy language culture and history are still bond us our relationship remains close if perhaps no longer special.

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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago. Britain and American's special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice. But report by MPs says the term is now outdated, inaccurate, and needs to go.

"We need to, not be sentimental about this relationship, we need to work on the basis of our national interest and take a clear-headed, unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there will be differences."

It was the World War II and its aftermath that cemented the trans-Atlantic alliance. Back then of course, the love affair was at its strongest. This statue in London of America's wartime president Franklin Roosevelt was unveiled in 1948, it was paid for entirely from donations, 160,000 grateful Brits each gave 5 schillings, covering the entire costs in just 6 days.

In the 80's Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan brought the special relationship to the full again.

"Welcome the Prime Minister, from our strongest friend and closest ally, as a dorm mate, it's a pretty charming again."

But the cross party Foregin Affairs Committee says it was Tony Blair's support for George Bush over the Iraq War that shaped many people's view of today's speacial relationship, the perception right or wrong: Britain was Washiton's poodle.

"Today we are renewing our special relationship for new times." Barack Obama's more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the alliance, the report says. And Britain should do the same. And its deference to Washington should end and UK should learn to say No and put our own national interest first.

The report says that the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy, language, culture and history still bind us, our relationship remains close, if perhaps no longer special.

Simon Newton Sky News Central London.
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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago: Britain and American's special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice.But report by MPs says the term is now out-dated, inaccurate, and needs to go.

"We need to,not be sentimental about this relationship,we need to work on the basis of our national interest and take a clear-headed,unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there will be differences."

It was the World II and its aftermath that cemented the transatlantic alliance. By then, of course, the love affair was acted strongest: the statue in London of America's wartime president Franklin Roosevelt was unveiled in 1948,it was paid off entirely from donations,160,000 grateful Brits each gave 5 schillings,covering the entire costs in just 6 days.

In the 80's Margaret Thatcher, and Ronald Reagon brought the special relationship to the full again.

"Welcome the Prime Minister from our strongest friend, as it closes the ally as a dorm meant of Benjamin Gate."

But the cross party Foregin Affairs Committee says it was Tony Blair's support for George Bush over the Iraq War that did shape many people's view of today's speacial relationship, the perception right or wrong: Britain was Washiton's poodle.

"Today we are renewing our special relationship for new times." Barack Obama's more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the alliance, the report says. and Britain should do the same. Any deference to Washinton should end and UK should learn to say No and put our own national interest first.

The report says that the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy, language, culture and history still bind us, our relationship remains close, if perhaps no longer special.

Simon Newton Sky News Central London.
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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago. Britain and America’s special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice, but report YNPs says the term now is outdated, inaccurate and needs to go. We need to not be sentimental about this relationship. We need to work on the basis of our national interest and take a clear-headed unsentimental approach towards the US. Sometimes there will be differences.

It was the Second World War and its aftermath that cemented the transatlantic allies. Back then of course the love affair was at its strongest. This statue in London of America’s war-time President Franklin Roovelt was unveiled in 1948. It was paid off entirely from donations. 160,000 grateful Brits each gave five shillings covering the entire cost in just 6 days.

In the 80s, Margaret Shachill and Ronald Regan brought the special relationship to the floor again. Welcome the Prime Minister from our strongest friend and closest ally as he told me he’s a pretty charming guy. But the cross-party foreign affairs committee says it was Tony Blair’s support for George Bush over the Iraqi war that shaked many people’s view of today’s special relationship, the perception right or wrong that Britain is Washington’s poodo.

Today we are reviewing our special relationship for new targets. Barack Obama’s more pragmatical approach to foreign policy has also altered the allies, the report says. And Britain should do the same. Any difference from Washington * the UK should learn to say no and put our own national interest first. The report says the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy. Language, culture and history still bind us our relationship remains close if perhaps no longer special.
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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago. Britain and America’s special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice, but report by MPs says the term is now outdated, inaccurate and needs to go. We need to not be sentimental about this relationship. We need to work on the basis of our national interest and take a clear-headed unsentimental approach towards the US. Sometimes there will be differences.

It was the Second World War and its aftermath that cemented the transatlantic allies. Back then of course the love affair was at its strongest. This statue in London of America’s war-time President Franklin Roovelt was unveiled in 1948. It was paid for entirely from donations. 160,000 grateful Brits each gave five shillings covering the entire cost in just 6 days.

In the 80s, Margaret Shachill and Ronald Regan brought the special relationship to the full again. Welcome the Prime Minister from our strongest friend and closest ally as they told me he’s a pretty charming guy. But the cross-party foreign affairs committee says it was Tony Blair’s support for George Bush over the Iraq war that shaked many people’s view of today’s special relationship, the perception right or wrong that Britain was Washington’s poodle.

Today we are renewing our special relationship for new times. Barack Obama’s more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the allies, the report says. And Britain should do the same. Any difference to Washington should end. The UK should learn to say no and put our own national interest first. The report says the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy. Language, culture and history still bind us. Our relationship remains close if perhaps no longer special.
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It was a phrase coined by Winston Churchill more than 60 years ago. Britain and America’s special relationship was forged by sheer sacrifice. But report by MP says that the term is now outdated, inaccurate and needs to go.
“We need to be not sentimental about this relationship. We need to work on the basis of how national interests and take a clear headed and unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there would be some differences.”
It was the second world war and its aftermath that cemented the trans-Atlantic alliance. By then of course, the love affair was acted strongest. This statue in London of America’s war time president Roosevelt was unveil in 1948. It was paid for entirely from donations. 1060, 000 grateful Brit each gave five shillings, covering the entire cost in just six days. In the 80s, ** Thatcher and ** Regan brought the special relationship to the full again.
“Welcome to the Prime Minister from our strongest friend and closest ally. It’s ….”
But the cross party foreign affairs committee says it was Tony Blair support for Bush over the Iraq war that shakes many people’s view of today’s special relationship. The perception right or wrong that Britain was Washington’s puddle?
“Today we are renewing our special relationship for new times.”
Barack Obama’s more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the alliance, the report says. And Britain should do the same. And it ** the Washington should end and UK should learn to say no and put their own interest first. Report says the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy. Language, culture and history still bind this. Our relationship stays close, if perhaps, no longer special.
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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago: Britain and American's special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice.But report by MPs says the term is now out-dated, inaccurate, and needs to go.

"We need to,not be sentimental about this relationship,we need to work on the basis of our national interest and take a clear-headed,unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there will be differences."

It was the World II and its aftermath that simmered the transatlantic alliance. By then was caused, another affair was acted strongest: the statue in London of America's wartime president Franklin Roosevelt was unveiled in 1948,it was paid off entirely from donations,160,000 grateful Brits each gave 5 schillings,covering the entire costs in just 6 days.

In the 80's Margaret Thatcher, a model of rigid rule abroad brought the special relationship to the full again.

"Welcome the Prime Minister from our strongest friend, as it closes the airline as a dorm meant of Benjamin Gate."

But the cross party Foregin Affairs Committee says it was Tony Blair supported for George Bush over the Iraq War that shaked many people's view of today's speacial relationship, the perception right or wrong: Britain was Washiton's puppet.

"Today we are renewing our special relationship for new times." Barack Obama's more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the alliance, the report says. Britain should do the same. And its deference to Washinton should end and UK should learn to say No and put up our own national interest first.

The report says that the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy, language, culture and history still bind this, our relationship remains close, if perhaps no longer special.

Simon Newton Sky News Central London.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-03-29 英国须向美国“说不”

It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago: Britain and America's special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice. But the report by MP says the term is now outdated, inaccurate and needs to go.
We need to, not be sentimental about this relationship, we need to work on the basis of our national interest. Take a clear-headed, unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there will be differences.
It was the Second World War and its aftermath that cemented the trans-Atalantic alliance.
By then of course, a love affair was acted strongest. This statue in London of Americans wartime president Franklin Roosevelt was  unveiled in 1948. It was paid for entirely from donations. 140000 grateful Brits each gave 5 schillings, covering the entire cost in just 6 days.
In the 80's Margret Thacher and Ronald Reagan brought this special relationship to the full again.
Welcome the Prime Minister, from our strongest friend and closest ally as a dorm mean***
But the cross party Foreign Affairs committee says it was Tony Blaire support for George Bush over the Iraq War that it shaped many people's view of today's special relationship. But perception right or wrong, that Britain was Washington's poodle.
Today we are renewing our special relationship for new times.
Barack Obama has more pragmatic approach to the foreign policy has also altered the alliance, the report says.  And Britain should do the same. Any deference to Washington should end and Britain should learn to say No and put our own national interest first.
The report says the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy. Language, culture and history still bind us. Our relationship remains close, if perhapes, no longer special.
Simon Newton, Sky news, central London.

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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago. Britain and America’s special relationship wasforged in shared sacrifice. But the report by MPsays the term is outdated, inaccurate and needsto go.

“We need to notbe sentimental about this relationship. We need to work on basis of our ownnational interest and take a clear-headed,unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there’llbe differences.”

It was theSecond World War and its aftermath that cemented the trans-Atlantic alliance.

“By then, ofcourse, the love affair was acted strongest. This statue in London of America’swartime President Franklin Roosevelt was unveiled in 1948. It was paid for entirely from donations: 160,000 grateful Brits each gave 5 schillings,covering the entire cost in just 6 days.”

In the 80s, MargaretThatcher and Ronald Reagan brought this special relationship to the full again.

“Welcome theprime minister from our strongest friend andclosest ally as a dorm meant of Benjamin Gate.”

But the Cross-partyForeign Affairs Committee says it was Tony Blair’s support for George Bush overthe Iraq war that shaped many people’s view of today’s specialrelationship, the perception, right or wrong,that Britain was Washington’s poodle.

“Today, we are renewing ourspecial relationship for new times.”

“Barack Obama’smore pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the alliance,” thereport says, “And Britainshould do the same. Any difference to Washington should end, the UK should learnto say ‘No’ and put our own national interestfirst.”

The report saysthat the UKmust be realistic about its influence on US policy. Language, culture andhistory still bind us, our relationship remainsclose, if perhaps no longer special.

Simon Newton,Sky News, Central London.
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Just 说说而已!
中间bush评价blair那句话,我觉得是:
Welcome the Prime Minister from our strongest friend, and closest ally as they told me he's great in German and Greek.
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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago: Britain and America's special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice. But a report by MPs says the term is now outdated, inaccurate, and needs to go.

"We need to, not be sentimental about this relationship, we need to work on the basis of our national interest and take a clear-headed, unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there will be differences."

It was the Second World War and its aftermath that cemented the transatlantic alliance.

By then, of course, the love affair was at its strongest. This statue in London of America's wartime president Franklin Roosevelt was unveiled in 1948. It was paid for entirely from donations--a hundred and sixty thousand grateful Brits each gave 5 schillings, covering the entire cost in just 6 days.

In the 80's, Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan brought the special relationship to the fore again.

"Welcome the Prime Minister from our strongest friend and closest ally. As they told me, he's a pretty charming guy."

But the cross-party Foreign Affairs Committee says it was Tony Blair's support\ for George Bush over the Iraq War that has shaped many people's view of today's special relationship--a perception right or wrong that Britain was Washington's poodle.

"Today we are renewing our special relationship for new times."

Barack Obama's more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the alliance, the report says. And Britain should do the same. Any deference to Washington should end. The UK should learn to say No and put \ our own national interest first.

The report says the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy. Language, culture and history still bind us. Our relationship remains close, if perhaps no longer special.

Simon Newton Sky News Central London.
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"By then, of course, the love affair was acted strongest"


应该是BACK THEN
人与人,不是福布斯排行榜。而是草原上的花草木,个有个风采。

[Homework]【整理】2010-03-29 英国须向美国“说不”

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The report says the Uk must be realistic about the influence on US policy, language ,culture and history still banned us.Our relationship remains close.If the haps no longer special.
Semuton Sky news,central London.

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It was a phrase coined by Churchill more than 60 years ago, written America's special relationship was forged in shared sacrifice. But report by MP says the term is now outdated, inaccurate and needs to go.

We need to not be sentiment about this relationship. We need to work on the basis of our national interest and take a clear-headed unsentimental approach towards the United States. Sometimes there will be differences.

It was the WWII and its aftermath that semented the trans-Atlantic alliance.

By then, of course, the love affair was at its strongest. This statue in London for America's wartime President Franklin Roosevelt, was unveiled in 1948. It was paid for entirely from donations. 160,000 grateful breaks even gave 5 shillings, covering the entire cost in just 6 days. In the 80s Margaret Thatcher, and brought this relationship to the full again.

Welcome the Prime Minister, from our strongest friend and closest ally, as a he's a pretty charming guy.

But the Cross Party Foreign Affairs Committee says it was Tony Blair's support for George Bush over the Iraq war shaked many people's view of today's special relationship. The perception, right or wrong, the Britain was Washington's poodle.

Today we're renewing our special relationship for new times.

Barack Obama's more pragmatic approach to foreign policy has also altered the alliance, the report says. And Britian should do the same. Any difference to Washington should end. The UK should learn to say no and put our own national interest first. The report says the UK must be realistic about its influence on US policy, language, culture and history still bind us. Our relationship remains close, if perhaps, no longer special.
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