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Friday, 28 February, 2003, 14:07 GMT
Singer speaks out against war
George Michael
George Michael has lost faith in Tony Blair
In a HARDtalk interview on 26 February, singer, George Michael, tells Tim Sebastian why he is against the idea of a war against Iraq.


His record career spans three decades and he has sold more than 60 million records worldwide.

Recently however, George Michael, has failed to secure the hits he once took for granted.

He has taken a strong stance on the war on Iraq and has courted unpopularity in America.

Do his strong political views have anything to do with the downturn in his sales? Or is this just a symptom of the fickle world of pop.

This interview can be watched in full on Wednesday 26 February on BBC World and BBC News 24 at the following times:

BBC News 24 (times shown in GMT) 0430, repeated 2230

BBC World (times shown in GMT) 0330, repeated 1130, 1530, 1830, 2330



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