John Rentoul and Menzies Campbell debate whether the decision to invade Iraq was the right one or not
The Chilcot report should help us understand where we go from here; but events are moving in utterly unpredictable ways
'What we are seeing is that the tapestry of deceit which was manufactured by Labour is unravelling'
There's no doubt that the dark shadow of the Chilcot report has brought forward his midget apology
There, anyone who 'denies or downplays' the role of Nazism in the Holocaust can face a prison term of up to five years
'A man stood no more than four feet from me and threw this rock which hit me on the back of the head', Mr Amos told The Independent
The shooting follows a declaration of a third intifada by Hamas
The former Prime Minister said alliances must be built with Muslims who 'feel a deep sense of outrage at the hijacking of their religion'
Even before Russia started attacking Syrian rebels, Turkey was targeting the Kurds, the US-led coalition was bombing Isis, Israel was attacking Hezbollah, and Assad was killing everyone
The Israeli leader spoke on the day that hundreds of Iranian fighters crossed to Syria in support of President Assad
The Syria crisis involves overlapping policies, interests and religions
The GOP goes in
A Saudi-led coaltion has denied any involvement
An unnamed Saudi prince has called for a change at the top of the country's absolute monarchy
Jeremy Corbyn has previously said he supports actions on arms sales
Recapturing the ancient city it would be an epic symbol of new ambitions