Tony Blair ‘could face war crimes charges’ over Iraq War

Tony Blair could face war crimes charges as a result of the Iraq war inquiry report, the House of Lords has been told.

Lord Dykes of Harrow Weald, a Liberal Democrat peer, claimed that the publication of the inquiry by Sir John Chilcot was being delayed “to prolong the agony” of the former Labour Prime Minister.

Lord Hurd – who as Douglas Hurd was Conservative foreign secretary from 1989 to 1995 – said the delay was now “becoming a scandal”.

Lord Wallace of Saltaire, a Government minister, disclosed for the first time that talks over the publication of the gist of conversations between Mr Blair and George W Bush, the former US president, were now completed.

These talks have held up the publication of the report. But he said that if the report is not published by the end of February, it will be delayed until after the general election

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  • BillyHW

    The left completely wants to dismantle our ability to defend ourselves so that our extermination and death at the hands of muslims will happen swiftly and without any resistance. The are in league with the devil to destroy western civilization.

  • Barrington Minge

    This slimy bastard Bliar has got away with it for far too long. He is a disgrace to his country and is bloody up to his elbows…and what happens?..he makes millions.
    Justice must now seen to be done.

  • Exile1981

    My question is how much of the emails have been edited or taken out of context.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    By the time there’s any actual justice to be had, Tony Baloney will have been long dead of old age, in the meantime, lawyer-buddys will have all made billions of shillings defending him, using the Public’s dimes…

  • Minicapt

    What war crimes? As in specific charges beyond ‘feelings were hurt’.

    Cheers

    • Freedom

      libtards in action