It's like it's a marriage of convenience and all it produces are dead offspring.
Sorry, I've just got one question: Whose map is Britain using when it completely ignores the United Nations and decides to invade Iraq? Or do you think it's more diplomatic to bend to the will of a superpower and politely take part in Vietnam the Sequel?
I thought you spies knew everything.
Exhausted? Mr.Quayle, they're not exactly exhausted, they're just lying in the way of the tanks!
Big pharmaceuticals are right up there with the arms dealers.
I only give the food to the women, Mr. Black. Women make the homes, men just make wars... and hooch. Adam was God's first draft He got it right with Eve. Tell that to your readers, Mr. Black.
Do you no good to go poking around under rocks, Justin. Some very nasty things live under rocks, especially in foreign gardens.
So who has got away with murder? Not, of course, the British government. They merely covered up, as one does, the offensive corpses. Though not literally. That was done by person or persons unknown. So who has committed murder? Not, of course, the highly respectable firm of KDH Pharmaceutical, which has enjoyed record profits this quarter, and has now licensed ZimbaMed of Harare, to continue testing Dypraxa in Africa. No, there are no murders in Africa. Only regrettable deaths. And from those deaths we derive the benefits of civilization, benefits we can afford so easily... because those lives were bought so cheaply.
We can't involve ourselves in their lives, Tessa.
Be reasonable. There are millions of people, they all need help. It's what the agencies are here for.
Well, diplomats have to go where they're sent.
Well, I think Mr. Bernard would argue that when peaceful means are exhausted...
You're what passes for James Bond around here. Get Her Majesty's secret service to pull a few things. It's what you spies do, isn't it?