Tony Blair’s government had a policy of attacking journalists ('rapid rebuttal’) who questioned its Iraq policy, especially in regards to weapons of mass destruction
The conclusion of Sir John Chilcot's inquiry has been most damning on Tony Blair – but who else has been held to account?
Tony Blair's statements on Iraq's military capabilities 'were presented with a certainty that was not justified', Sir John Chilcot has said
Germany has special citizenship rules for descendants of those who fled HItler's Reich on political, racial, or religious grounds
Britain has long been America’s bridge into Europe. Now it will be looking elsewhere to find its footing, writes Kim Sengupta
The US Secretary of State, speaking in London, acknowledged that the result of the referendum had been a surprise and not one he and the US administration had wanted
European Commission chief bemoans the fact that ‘some of our colleagues in the European Council are listening exclusively to their national opinion and... not developing what should be common European sense’
General Stanley McChrystal, former head of US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, said: 'Our communities should not feel like war zones. Our leaders must do more to keep guns out of the hands of those who cannot be trusted to handle them responsibly'
Exclusive: Kim Sengupta talks to a young Russian who explains how the culprits behind the Marseille thuggery are well-trained combatants unlikely ever to face sanction, and finds that some in the country are revelling in the violence
As yet, there appears no evidence that the gunman underwent serious Islamist indoctrination - but Isis is the great beneficiary of the publicity
Last week the Crown Prosecution Service said that there is “insufficient evidence” to bring charges against British officials in the case of Abdelhakim Belhaj
The big EU questions: With a month to go before the potentially epoch-making vote on British membership of the EU, the debate so far has been characterised by bias, distortion and exaggeration. So from now until the referendum we will be running a series of question and answer features that will explain the most important issues involved in a detailed, dispassionate way to help inform your decision
The MoD now faces legal action from hundreds of victims in the military
Ministry of Defence could face hundreds of legal claims from former military personnel who say they have suffered side effects including hallucinations, severe depression, sleep deprivation and anxiety after being prescribed the drug
His death will be a blow to friends in the Pakistani military and security establishment and the start of a renewed US engagement in Afghanistan – a war which President Obama had pledged to end
2017 War with Russia, by General Sir Richard Shirreff, paints a disturbing picture of potential nuclear conflict taking place next year