The transcript of the Today programme is here: Radio 4 Today Programme 29/05/03.
On page 2 towards the end of the first paragraph about the second recording we read:
we've had a statement from 10 Downing Street that says it's not true, and let me just quote what they said to you. `Not one word of the dossier was not entirely the work of the intelligence agencies'.
But that's not true!
See, for example, Note: Campbell/Scarlett, 17/09/2002.
The Foreword, as the preceding document indicates, is primarily the work of one Alastair Campbell.
To the best of my knowledge he isn't in the intelligence agencies.
And look at all the drafting suggestions from Mr. Campbell.
Isn't that some of the "work"?
Not to mention Alastair Campbell's input into the structure of the dossier as indicated here: Note of meeting, 09/09/02, from Alastair Campbell.
Further, we know that pages 33 to 42 of the document, Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction: The assessment of the British Government - 24 September 2002, were written by David Kelly.
And wasn't Alastair Campbell seeking to convince us in 2003 that David Kelly wasn't in the intelligence services?
The Number 10 statement to the Today programme on 29th May 2003 is, demonstrably, a lie.