Mandelson speaks out

August 2004
New Statesman;8/2/2004, Vol. 133 Issue 4699, p5
Scrutinizes Peter Mandelson's use of the term "wee-wee" in an interview with the periodical "Guardian." Context in which Mandelson used the term, in reference to his dog; How Mandelson is moving to Brussels, where he will serve as a European Union commissioner.


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