Mike Gapes hit out at 'hysterical Blair-haters' and the press who he says have already made up their minds
Mr Fisher commented on a headline saying the former Prime Minister could face war crimes charges
The subject of Iraq has been raised again, by the reaction to Tony Blair saying the same as he has always said
John Rentoul and Menzies Campbell debate whether the decision to invade Iraq was the right one or not
The former PM's message has been inconsistent, however
The former British PM was speaking during an interview on US television
Andrew MacKinlay says he feels stupid for voting for the war
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Dame Eliza Manningham Buller believes the leaks have caused damage
Edward Snowden's revelations about the NSA have wounded the President almost as much as the disastrous roll-out of his healthcare reform
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No freedom of information law includes private communications between leaders
In Sir John Chilcot’s diplomatic shorthand, they are the “difficult documents”. For the rest of us – those looking to brand Tony Blair and George Bush as war criminals, or those who believe the pair saved Iraq from the excesses of Saddam and the world from a potential WMD catastrophe – they are the communications that will reveal how close Washington and Whitehall were in the run-up to the 2003 war.
Lord Butler suggests former Prime Minister excluded members of the Government from the decision-making process
The Hackney MP criticised Ed Miliband for lacking courage