The committee said that the relationship was more associated now with the perceived support Britain gave to President George W Bush over the Iraq war.
"The perception that the British government was a subservient 'poodle' to the US administration leading up to the period of the invasion of Iraq and its aftermath is widespread both among the British public and overseas," it said.
"This perception, whatever its relation to reality, is deeply damaging to the reputation and interests of the UK."
Tony Blair is to blame for going along with Pres. Fredo.