Gwyneth wasn't sure where to put this, so she emailed me the clipping. It's somewhere between sad and horrid -- Tony Blair is prohibited from mentioning God or faith. Here's the article: http://news.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2003/05/05/nblur05.xml Here are the first few paragraphs: Alastair Campbell has banned Tony Blair from talking about God in public, according to two 50th birthday profiles of the Prime Minister. Alistair Campbell Downing Street's director of communications is afraid that Mr Blair could sound too much like George W Bush, the born-again American President. Mr Campbell interrupted one interviewer's question about Mr Blair's Christian faith by reminding him: "We don't do God." On another occasion he and other senior members of staff vetoed Mr Blair's suggestion that he conclude his televised address to the nation at the start of the war against Iraq by saying "God bless you". The two incidents show the extent of the secular grip that Mr Campbell - an avowed atheist - exercises on his boss. He fears that religion is too sensitive an issue for the Prime Minister to speak about. What I wouldn't give for Blair to have had the presence of mind or guts or whatever to look right back and say, "I'm sorry. I don't do atheism..." Which is probably why I would never be elected to a post like that!