British Comparison The British have been President George W. Bush's staunchest European allies in the war on terrorism, but their approach to detained suspects has been distinctly different from that taken by the Bush administration. NPR's Barbara Bradley reports.
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The British have been President George W. Bush's staunchest European allies in the war on terrorism, but their approach to detained suspects has been distinctly different from that taken by the Bush administration. NPR's Barbara Bradley reports.