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Tony Blair’s judgement day starts at Chilcot inquiry

29 January 2010
Hundreds of people protested outside the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war this morning as Tony Blair arrived to give evidence.

Anti-war rally on eve of London protests

27 January 2010
Three days of activity against the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq began with a 200-strong public meeting in central London tonight, Wednesday.

Chilcot whitewash brings out the dirt

26 January 2010
The Chilcot inquiry was set up to whitewash the Labour government’s lies over the 2003 Iraq war. But it isn’t all going to plan.

Blair and Brown have blood on their hands

26 January 2010
The real legacy of the war in Iraq has been exposed this week.

Tony Blair is guilty of mass murder

26 January 2010
Sabah Jawad from Iraqi Democrats Against the Occupation

Attempt to ban protest outside Tony Blair’s appearance at Iraq inquiry

26 January 2010
The government is attempting to prevent a legitimate peaceful protest outside the QEII conference centre on 29 January when Tony Blair gives evidence to the Iraq inquiry.

Don’t worry, the ‘murdering maniacs’ are on the way

19 January 2010
Among the thousands of US troops arriving in Haiti is the 82nd airborne division – more commonly known as "the murdering maniacs" because of their torture and abuse of Iraqi prisoners, including those held at Abu Ghraib.

Make Tony Blair’s day at Iraq inquiry a nightmare

19 January 2010
A storm of protest will welcome warmonger Tony Blair on Friday 29 January when he attends the Chilcot inquiry into the invasion of Iraq.

Activists’ diary

19 January 2010
Wednesday 27 JanuaryAfghanistan – why we should get out, Stop the War/CND public meeting, 7pm, Camden Centre, Bidborough Street, London WC1H 9DB.Thursday 28 JanuaryBlockade Gordon Brown’s Afghanistan war conference. Called by Stop the War and CND. Assemble 8.30am, Lancaster House, Stable Yard, St James’s, London SW1A 1BB. Friday 29 January Tony Blair’s Judgement Day at the Iraq inquiry from 8am. Stop the War protest, QE2 Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster SW1P 3EE.Saturday 30 JanuaryRight to Work conference of resistance and

Outrageous result of Blackwater mercenaries murder case in US

06 January 2010
A US court has thrown out the case of five US mercenaries who confessed to shooting Iraqi civilians in September 2007.

Put Blair on trial for his war crimes

15 December 2009
Tony Blair finally admitted last week what millions of people in the anti-war movement have known for years – that he was intent on going to war in Iraq whether the country posed a threat or not.

Quotes from the week's news

08 December 2009
"One agent did come up with something – the ‘45 minutes’, allegedly discussed in a high level Iraqi political meeting."Former British intelligence officer and now Tory MP Adam Holloway on Tony Blair’s "dodgy dossier" and the claim that Iraq could deploy Weapons of Mass Destruction quickly

Iraq inquiry causes new storm for establishment

01 December 2009
Many people feared that the Iraq inquiry, which opened last week, was going to be a whitewash.

Did British soldiers kill Iraqi civilians?

24 November 2009
An announcement of another public inquiry into allegations of torture by British troops is expected this week.

New revelations as Iraq war inquiry opens

24 November 2009
The official inquiry into the 2003 Iraq war began its public hearings on Tuesday of this week amid a storm over leaked documents that show the backroom deals George Bush and Tony Blair made in the run-up to the slaughter.

Iraq War Inquiry protest

23 November 2009
Stop the War has called a protest at the opening of the Iraq inquiry in central London on Tuesday 24 November, to demand that Tony Blair and Gordon Brown are held to account for war crimes which led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and 179 British troops.

Inquiry told British torture of Iraqi prisoners is rife

17 November 2009
The public inquiry into the death of Baha Mousa is exposing the vile brutality of the British occupation of Iraq.

Letters

17 November 2009
Letters

Iraqi asylum seekers face violence on Baghdad flight

20 October 2009
Iraqi asylum seekers are speaking out after suffering racism, violence and cock-ups on a deportation flight.

Inquiry into Baha Mousa's death reveals army's culture of torture

20 October 2009
Baha Mousa died within 36 hours of being taken into British military custody during a raid on a hotel in Basra, Iraq, on 14 September 2003.

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