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# chilcot - Monday 17 April, 2017

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.

# chilcot - Sunday 10 July, 2016

Tony Blair's former number two now says the Iraq war was illegal

Former deputy prime minister John Prescott says the publishing of the Chilcot Report into the war has changed his mind.

# chilcot - Friday 8 July, 2016

'Reptiles and traitors' - how The Sun described Charles Kennedy and Robin Cook over Iraq War

The Murdoch-owned tabloid demonised Kennedy as a “spineless reptile”, and featured Cook on a dartboard of anti-war ‘traitors’.

# chilcot - Thursday 7 July, 2016

"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.

'We were right all along': organisers of huge 2003 Dublin march against Iraq War

Some 100,000 Irish people protested on 15 February 2003 to oppose the invasion.

Northern Ireland (and the PSNI) is all over the Chilcot Report - here's why

The British Army used the Northern Irish Troubles as its key reference point for dealing with the Iraq conflict.

# chilcot - Wednesday 6 July, 2016

'I will be with you, whatever': Conversations between Blair and Bush on the Iraq War

Memos the British Prime Minister sent to the US President before and during the war show the close relationship between them.

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.

Tony Blair led the UK into Iraq war before all peaceful options were exhausted

Sir John Chilcot published his report today

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.