Seven years after the Iraq Inquiry was launched and five years after the hearings finished, Sir John Chilcot still has not published his findings
Deployment comes one day after US serviceman killed in an Isis rocket attack
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
A new book alleges the former Prime Minister wanted to plan an invasion but refused to start arming troops earlier in case the public found out
'I wish the first time it was done correctly'
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'
Exclusive: SPA director vows team would prosecute soldiers where there is evidence of unlawful killing and torture
The standards we rightly apply to our armed forces serving in the field are universal, and are there for a reason
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
Britain should not be fighting such a dangerous antagonist without a better knowledge of the battlefield
A spokesperson for the former Prime Minister has dismissed the claims as 'nonsense'
Labour MPs who despair of Corbyn must think very carefully whether they have heard enough from the PM to justify air strikes
Labour leader will propose 'a different kind of foreign policy – where war is a last resort'