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Tony Blair Demanded MOD Briefing On UFOs

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 06:49:35 -0400
Archived: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 06:49:35 -0400
Subject: Tony Blair Demanded MOD Briefing On UFOs

Source: The Daily Mail - London


12 July 2012

Tony Blair Demanded MOD Briefing On UFOs After Member Of The
Public Suggested A Cover-Up Over Information On Alien Life-Forms

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By Alex Ward and Anthony Bond

Former prime minister Tony Blair received a briefing about UFOs
from the Ministry of Defence because of his concerns over the
disclosure of classified information on alien life-forms.

Downing Street requested the advice for the PM in 1998 as the
Freedom of Information Act was being introduced, which allowed
the public to obtain information on alien mysteries.

Mr Blair's concerns were raised after he received a letter from
a member of the public referring to a 'cover-up' and asking him
to make UFO reports and other information available.

According to The Daily Telegraph, Mr Blair sought advice from
the MOD for their policy on the issue.

He was told by staff at the ministry that it has 'only a limited
interest in UFO matters' but that they ' remained open-minded'
about 'extraterrestrial life forms'.

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