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Blair Voices ‘Sorrow, Regret And Apology’ After Iraq War Report

AFP – Former British prime minister Tony Blair voiced “sorrow, regret and apology” after a damning report on the Iraq war Wednesday, but said he did not mislead parliament and did not regret toppling Saddam Hussein. “I express more sorrow,

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EXCLUSIVE PICS: Anti-War Protesters Gather As Iraq War Inquiry Reports

As Sir John Chilcot delivers his long-awaited report on Britain’s involvement in the Iraq war, protesters gathered in central London, accusing former Prime Minister Tony Blair of war crimes. The Chilcot inquiry has taken seven years to investigate the circumstances

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Blair In Spotlight As UK Iraq Inquiry Gives Verdict

AFP – The official inquiry into Britain’s role in the Iraq war finally reports on Wednesday, seven years after it launched, with former prime minister Tony Blair expected to face severe criticism. Relatives of some of the 179 British troops

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Chilcot Release Date Confirmed as 6 July

The long-awaited Chilcot report into the Iraq War will be published on Wednesday 6 July it has been confirmed. The date was confirmed by Sir John Chilcot and the Prime Minister David Cameron in correspondence, and follows completion of the

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Chilcot Tells PM His Iraq Inquiry Will Report In June Or July 2016

Following intense pressure from David Cameron, UKIP, and the families of soldiers killed in the Iraq War to speed up his timetable, Sir John Chilcot has written to the Prime Minister saying he will publish his Iraq Inquiry report next June or

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Frustrated PM Demands Iraq Inquiry Report Be Published, But Cannot Order It

As anger mounts at the painfully slow progress made by the independent inquiry into the Iraq War, Prime Minister David Cameron has again demanded its publication. The problem facing those wanting a timely release of the Iraq Inquiry’s findings is that its independence