ContactMusic.com reports that fellow musicians are concerned U2 singer Bono is taking his desire to fight for African debt relief too far by associating himself with Tony Blair and George Bush. “I think you risk losing your credibility by going to a party at Downing Street,” Sinead O’Connor remarked. “I would draw a line at drinking wine and eating cheese with the Prime Minister.” Billy Bragg added, “Bono is prepared to sit down and talk directly with George Bush in his territory. He has put his credibility on the line.”
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