I have no idea whether the report pubished by the UK Daily Mirror that George W Bush discussed with Tony Blair the idea of bombing the Doha headquarters of the Arabic satellite TV channel al-Jazeera is well founded or not. How could I, I have no way of checking one way or the other. I do however agree with William Wallis and Roula Khalaf of the Financial Times that the fact that the British government has threatened newspapers with the Official Secrets Act if they reveal contents of the document does constitutes at least prima-facie evidence that the document exists, and contains information which the UK government is anxious not to make public.
I would also note that here in Spain this is only going to fuel more feelings about the JosÃ© Couso case. JosÃ© Couso was a journalist who worked for the Spanish TV channel Tele Cinco, and he was killed when a US tank opened fire on the Hotel Palestine in Baghdad during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The case is scheduled to go before a judge here in the not too distant future.
As ye sow, so shall ye reap.