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# Chilcot Inquiry

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Tony Blair was 'not straight with the nation' says head of inquiry into Iraq war
Sir John Chilcot told the BBC that Blair based his evidence to the inquiry on beliefs rather than facts.
UK's attorney general 'attempting to block prosecution' of Tony Blair over the Iraq War
The argument revolves around whether the crime of aggression exists in UK law.
"Shamed", "mournful" and "a monster of delusion" - Tony Blair is back on the front pages
Much of the coverage focuses on Blair’s assertion that, in the same situation, he would invade Iraq again.
Blair: "I express more sorrow and regret and apology than you will ever know"
But, he says he would do it again.
Tony Blair did a solo run on deciding to go to war
He also planned to back a rebellion in Iraq.
The UK's Iraq War dirty laundry will today be aired in a very public way
Former PM Tony Blair is in for a hard day, but a trial is some way off.
Jack Straw insists regime change was 'never' an aim of Iraq war
The former UK Foreign Secretary has told an inquiry into the Iraq war that changing Saddam Hussein’s regime in the country was never a British objective.
Tony Blair appears for second time at Iraq war inquiry
Blair reappears at the Chilcot Inquiry to explain why he ignored legal advice concerning the invasion of Iraq – and why he believed the “calculus of risk” has changed in a post-9/11 world.
US arguments for invasion were "absurd"
Dr Hans Blix criticises US and UK decisions as he speaks before the Iraq inquiry in London.
Hans Blix gives evidence