STOP PRESS: Campbell presses for military openness

The military must take more account of the need to communicate with the media in times of war, the Prime Minister’s chief press secretary, Alastair Campbell, told members of the Royal United Services Institute last week.

The military must take more account of the need to communicate with

the media in times of war, the Prime Minister’s chief press secretary,

Alastair Campbell, told members of the Royal United Services Institute

last week.



Campbell outlined lessons to be drawn from the Kosovo crisis for the

military, the media and NATO.



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