The long-awaited official report into Britain's involvement in the Iraq War has delivered a scathing verdict on Government ministers' justification, planning and conduct of a military intervention which "went badly wrong, with consequences to this day".
SIR JOHN CHILCOT has unveiled his scathing report into the Iraq war. Ministers from Prime Minister Tony Blair downwards, Whitehall mandarins and senior army officers all came in for criticism in Sir John's seven-year inquiry into the conflict.
TONY BLAIR "misrepresented the facts" when he told MPs about Iraq's chemical weapon capabilities, former UN inspector Hans Blix has claimed.
LABOUR has been reduced under Jeremy Corbyn to a "fringe protest movement" that is not serious about regaining power, Tony Blair said in a damning analysis of the state of the party.
TONY BLAIR has welcomed the "important" decision by MPs to authorise British action against Islamic State (IS) in Syria, claiming European forces had to lead the response to the "threat at our door" and "within our home".