If the Leave campaign loses the referendum, the mythology of treachery will soon be complete and Cameron really will be the heir to Blair
The report finally has a release date
Security checks on the 2.6 million word report have been completed without the need for any redactions
The report is currently going through a security vetting process
The delay was criticised by families of those who died during the eight-year occupation of Iraq between 2003 and 2011
A dreary, inaccurate hatchet job on Tony Blair's legacy infuriates Andy McSmith
David Kilcullen advised General David Petraus on countering the Iraq insurgency
Tom Bower's Blair biography is a terrific work of journalism. But will future prime ministers be able to trust future cabinet secretaries if they are prepared to tell all?
Mr Trump called the Iraq War a 'big, fat mistake'
Exclusive: Letter from human rights organisations warns PM's dismissal of claims 'damages important ongoing work'
More than 1,500 cases of unlawful killing and abuse have been passed to the Iraq Historic Allegations Team established by the MoD
The PM said: 'This is unacceptable and no way to treat the people who risk their lives to keep our country safe – it has got to end'
Exclusive: The unit established to test allegations of torture and unlawful killings has been overwhelmed with cases
Loading high explosive Paveway bombs onto the RAF’s latest jet - to be dropped on people in Libya who posed no threat to my country - was the final straw in my military career
David Cameron called on all his command of history, Etonian diplomacy and wit to call his opponents “terrorist sympathisers”
After every phone call home, the question would be: "Who died?" And then there were the answers: Ahmed, the shopkeeper whose shop they visited for fifteen years; Nuriya, my mum’s classmate who always helped her with her chemistry homework; Wathik and Leila, the neighbours' children