Chilcot Iraq Inquiry

The chairman of the Iraq War inquiry has repeatedly refused extra resources to help finally produce the long-awaited report
A cross-party group of MPs hope to force a vote in the House of Commons to put pressure on the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq
The delay in the publication of the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq War has made people believe Tony Blair could face war crimes
Sadly and quite tragically the prospect of a Brazil-Argentinean world cup football final appears far less enticing than the greatest battle for decades that is about to kickoff just north of Baghdad between the Sunni's and the Shias.
The government is preparing to publish more than 100 classified documents detailing private conversations between Tony Blair
In the last fortnight a number of media commentators accused Russell Brand of naivete and political ignorance for his criticisms of the democratic system and the limitations of the right to vote. This week, however, the British public were presented with further evidence of how hollowed-out the democratic process has become, when the Chilcot Inquiry revealed that it was being denied access to 25 notes sent by Tony Blair to George Bush, and 130 documents relating to conversations between the two architects of the Iraq War, in addition to dozens of records of cabinet meetings.
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As Egypt slides dangerously towards civil war, and the international community remains remarkably reluctant to take meaningful action, I am reminded of an incident that I witnessed in my own country many years ago...
Tony Blair is likely to be criticised by a major probe into the Iraq war, it has been reported. Sir John Chilcot, the chairman