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
The Chilcot report has delivered a damning verdict on Tony Blair’s involvement in the Iraq War, but what happens when said politician declares he’s a fan?
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Sir John Chilcot’s seven-year inquiry said the legal basis for UK military action in Iraq was 'far from satisfactory'
Labour leader called the Iraq War 'an act of military aggression, launched on a false pretext'
Some took up art, others went in to academia, while quite a few took highly paid consultancy jobs
Like Tony Blair, we were all duped by the intelligence on Saddam Hussein – except for the millions that went on marches, and Nelson Mandela, and France, and the Pope, and the chief weapons inspector, and Robin Cook
If Blair and Bush were sincere about the dangers of weapons of mass destruction, they would have invaded North Korea
'I sincerely believe that we would be in a worse position if we hadn’t acted in that way,' he said
The Big Questions: Grieving families, campaigners and politicians alike feel many unknowns remain
Former Prime Minister again defends decision and insists it was taken 'out of good motives'
You got the impression that the Labour leader's 33 years in Parliament had been leading up to this vindication
Tony Blair and Britain were looking to take part in what they thought would be a victory on the cheap
Families and MPs among those calling for Mr Blair to face legal action
Mr Blair sent at least 29 messages to George Bush in the run-up to the invasion