The Foreign Office has tonight hit out at the Wikileaks website, and directed diplomatic efforts to assuring the US that whatever awful things they have said about the Prime Minister, the former Prime Minister, the United Kingdom, or our Government really don't matter. It's all still 'cool'.
An FCO spokesperson said,
"We condemn any unauthorised release of this classified information, just as we condemn leaks of classified material in the UK. They can damage national security, are not in the national interest and, as the US have said, may put lives at risk. We have a very strong relationship with the US Government. That will continue”.
Well at least it's clear who wears the Daddy Pants!
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