How The Independent made the case against the Iraq War

In the run-up to the invasion, The Independent and Independent on Sunday led the public case against the government. Here, we reproduce a selection of editorials from late 2002, when controversy over the war reached boiling point

Alex Salmond urges legal action against Tony Blair over Chilcot report

'After such carnage, people will ask inevitable questions of was conflict inevitable and worthwhile? The answer from Chilcot is undoubtedly no. And who is responsible? The answer is undoubtedly Tony Blair. There must now be a consideration of what political or legal consequences are appropriate for those responsible'

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