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SET FOR BUSH SUMMITGORDON Brown will have his first summit with President

Bush this weekend, s

ignalling a new era in Britains special relationship with the US. The

y meet at Camp David on Sunday to discuss strategy in Afghanistan,

Iraq, the M

iddle East, Darfur, Iran and Russia as well as cl

imate change. Mr Brown is

likely to be mor

e businesslike with the US leader than Tony Blair, dubbed Bushs poodle. Two of Mr Browns ministers ha

ve already said Britain should distance itself from the US. The summ

i

t comes as Sir Jock Stirrup, Britains Chief of Defence Staff, revealed the UK could hand control of Basra to Iraq by the end of the year. Meanwhile, pressure on David Cameron mounted as a YouGov poll for the Daily Telegraph saw support for Labour soar to 41 per cent, up six since May. The Tories are down six on 32 per cent. And the Tory leaders own rating slumped. Only 19 per cent said he would make t

he best P

M. Mr Brown was on 37 p

er ce

nt.