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25/09/12

Roundtable discussion with Members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives

On the occasion of the visit to Brussels of a Delegation of the Iraqi Council of Representatives,No Peace Without Justice and the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational and...


25/09/12

The British dossier on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction ten years on

Ten years ago, September 24, 2002, then British Prime Minister Tony Blair presented to the House of Commons the document "The weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in Iraq: Assessment of the British...


15/09/12

Radical Party statement in Geneva at the UN Human Rights Council

United Nations Human Rights Council, XXI session (10-28 September 2012)  Item 3 – General Debate, September 14 Thank you Mr. Chairman.  The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and...


14/09/12

MSPs back war crimes move on Blair

 Independent MSP Margo MacDonald lodged a motion at the Scottish Parliament seeking "a simple amendment making illegal the waging of aggressive war with the intention of regime change so that...


08/09/12

Desmond Tutu: "Why I had no choice but to spurn Tony Blair"

I couldn't sit with someone who justified the invasion of Iraq with a lie The Observer, 2 September 2012 The immorality of the United States and Great Britain's decision to invade Iraq in...


16/08/12

Australian politicians demand inquiry into Iraq invasion

Former PM and defence chiefs call for independent investigation into Australia's role in lead-up to the war. They are demanding an independent investigation, along the lines of the Chilcot inquiry in...


04/08/12

Letter by Stephen Plowden to the Guardian

"Business as usual" You report that the attorney general, Dominic Grieve, has vetoed the information commissioner's ruling that the minutes of the cabinet meeting before the Iraq war should be...


24/07/12

Statement by Stephen Plowden for Bushblairagainstsurepeace

If the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) had not put in an application to appeal, they would have had to disclose the information to me by 20 June. They put in their application on 18 June...


17/07/12

Blair-Bush Iraq war transcript may be suppressed

Rajeev Syal for The Guardian 17 July 2012 Government may block information tribunal ruling that ordered record of phone conversation to be released, sources confirmAn explosive transcript of one of...


16/07/12

Iraq Inquiry report publication delayed further: by the middle of 2013

Sir John Chilcot has written to the Prime Minister to inform him of the Inquiry’s progress and to indicate when the Inquiry may complete its work. The Iraq Inquiry has concluded its public hearings...