JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - With a Bible in one hand and iPhone in the other, Evan Mawarire makes an unlikely adversary to Robert Mugabe, who has seen off foes from apartheid assassins and union leaders to Tony Blair and the IMF over 36 years in power.
The families of British soldiers killed in the Iraq War have launched a crowdfunding campaign that could result in legal action being taken against former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and other UK officials for "serious failings" associated with the British military mission in Iraq.
A crowdfunding campaign that seeks to bring legal action against Tony Blair for the invasion of Iraq in 2003 reached its first target of raising £50,000 on Tuesday. Roger Bacon and Reg Keys, whose sons were killed in the Iraq war, set...Show More Summary
A group representing the families of British troops killed during the Iraq War has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help bring a civil case against government officials for their role in the conflict. The website for the crowdfunding effort names former prime minister Tony Blair specifically, though it adds that it hopes to bring legal proceedings against "any […]
George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Tony Blair were rushed to the basement.
Denmark has decided to spare its former Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen the embarrassment his British colleague Tony Blair experienced for involving his country in the war in Iraq by keeping vital documents away from the public eye.
Luay al-Khatteeb Global Governance, Middle East The only weapon of mass destruction was Saddam. The world shares much blame for Iraq’s darkest decades. A new report that condemns former Prime Minister Tony Blair is only the start. Launched...Show More Summary
"It ain't what you don't know that gets you in trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." - Mark Twain Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair discussed the momentous June 23 Brexit Referendum on a still "Too Big to Fail" bank conference call last week. Show More Summary
By: Dr. Azzam Tamimi Thirteen years ago, Britain’s then prime minister Tony Blair relied on false evidence to justify taking the United Kingdom to war. For reasons perhaps better known to him than to anyone else, he chose to align himself with the neoconservative-led administration of the US president of the time, George W. Bush. […]
For the past seven years, the British government has done something the Obama administration opted against, mounting a painstaking official inquiry into the origins and conduct of the Iraq War. On Wednesday morning, the report of the...Show More Summary
Veterans and families of soldiers killed during the war in Iraq asked Labor leader Jeremy Corbin to indict former British PM Tony Blair for war crimes. The proposal came right after Sir John Chilcot delivered his report on the UK’s participation in the invasion of 2003. Radio Sputnik discussed the issue with journalist and writer Brendan O’ Neil.
``Mr Blair faces a civil law suit over allegations he abused his power as prime minister to wage war in Iraq. The damages, according to legal sources close to the case, are unlimited... So far 29 families of dead soldiers have asked the law firm McCue & Partners to pursue a claim against Mr Blair. Others are expected to come on board.''
A treasure trove of documents relating to the Iraq War have been declassified alongside the Chilcot Report this week, including a serious of fascinating memos and notes from Tony Blair to former US President George W Bush. Among them...Show More Summary
Jeremy Corbyn has a whopper of a mandate, don't you know, which he remarks upon at every opportunity as if this makes him immune to political attack. Well so what, I say. Because Tony Blair had a mandate before he was persuaded to stand down as Labour leader in 2007. Show More Summary
The highly-anticipated inquiry into the UK's involvement in the Iraq war was published on Wednesday, after 7 years in the making, and a legal expert told Business Insider that the report is an abject "failure." The 2.6 million word Chilcot...Show More Summary
By strange coincidence, both Hillary and Tony Blair received serious rebukes in the same week.