The number has increased in recent months ahead of drive to seize the Isis stronghold of Mosul
No matter how heart-breaking the stories coming out of Syria were, and no matter how pitiful the flood of refugees, the public was turned off the idea of muscular humanitarian intervention of the kind Blair used to champion
Phil Shiner has admitted to a string of misconduct charges
The Labour leader will be 'committed elsewhere' when MPs vote on whether to set up a Parliamentary investigation into whether they and the public were 'misled'
'If anywhere in that book says there were three wounded guys and I killed them, all that is absolute nonsense,' says Colin Maclachlan
Afghanistan will not become Islamistan or even Talibanistan. It will, when the West finally packs up and leaves, become Mafiastan. Perhaps it already is
The Pentagon hired a UK-based PR firm to produce and disemminate videos during the Iraq War
Lobby group seeks compensation 'over violations by US forces' during 2003 invasion
Said Shabram, 19, drowned in a river after allegedly being forced into the water by British troops in a practice known as 'wetting'
All four soldiers involved were acquitted of manslaughter at trial
Soldiers watched 15-year-old Ahmed Jabbar Kareem Ali drown in a dirty canal in Basra, report finds
Of course Obama isn’t a terrorist sympathiser – but his predecessor George W Bush was responsible for creating the power vacuum which allowed Isis’ creation. In many ways, Obama and Cameron compounded that problem
Jeremy Corbyn will support motion to hold Blair in contempt over Iraq War
The Iraq Inquiry found Tony Blair's intelligence case for the war was not justified
Blair's decision to take part in the Iraq War was supported by Prescott at the time
'Chilcot gives us a lot of threads to pursue and those threads make a powerful rope to catch him'