Redefining the 'special relationship' between the US and the UK

The World
Winston Churchill coined the phrase "The Special Relationship" 60 years ago to describe the relations between the U.S. and the U.K. But now, a senior British parliamentary committee is trying to move away from the phrase, stating that the U.K. needs to stand up to Washington and start saying "no." The phrase has become synonymous with the perceived support that Britain gave to George W. Bush and the Iraq war, and the parliament sees this as damaging to the reputation and the interests of the U.K. For more, we speak with Michael Goldfarb, correspondent for the GlobalPost in London.