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'Chilcot gives us a lot of threads to pursue and those threads make a powerful rope to catch him'
The Chilcot report was immensely long and full of detail. Its conclusions were much clearer than many people expected they would be. And yet, despite the thousands of man hours and millions of words that went into the 12-volume report, there are some significant questions which, frustratingly, still need answering
Back in 2003, the Murdoch-owned press beat the drum for the Iraq War, but few of the key players got a mention in the Chilcot report
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
There are three possible scenarios that could have played out...
The more he pleaded for his character, using the same arguments that have become so familiar over 13 years, the more he guaranteed Thursday’s venomous front pages
'I do not believe he is an evil man. But he is an immensely stubborn one with an arrogance bordering on vanity,' writes Sir Anthony Seldon
Former Prime Minister again defends decision and insists it was taken 'out of good motives'
Mr Blair behaved in a 'disreputable way to win tainted legal backing for massive armed conflict,' says former director of public prosecutions Lord Macdonald
Jeremy Corbyn says UK should 'support giving the International Criminal Court the power to prosecute those responsible for the crime of military aggression'
Andy McSmith on the former Prime Minister's press conference in the wake of the release of the Chilcot report
Mr Blair sent at least 29 messages to George Bush in the run-up to the invasion
Reactions to the long-awaited historic report have been divided
‘The report concludes there were no lies’ says Blair. No, but it does reveal a letter to George Bush, in mid-2002, that says ‘I will be with you, whatever’
The Chilcot report specifically states that Blair had been warned this could happen, in great detail