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11/04/12

Foreign Office fights order to disclose 'key phone call' between Bush and Blair

Conversation days before Iraq invasion believed to relate to whether France would veto UN resolutionRichard Norton-Taylor for the Guardian, 28 March 2012  The Foreign Office is fighting to...


13/02/12

Summary of the London meeting on 26 January 2012

On Thursday, January 26th, a delegation of the NRPTT travelled to London to meet with two significant Members of the House of Commons and an Iranian director currently working on a documentary of the...


06/01/12

Interview with Sir Malcolm Rifkind

Secretary of State for Transport in 1990, Secretary of State for Defence in 1992, Foreign Secretary in 1995-97.Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee London 13.10.2011  Sir Malcom...


05/01/12

Iraq war in figures

BBC News, 14.12.2011 The US is withdrawing the last of its troops from Iraq, the final phase in the eight-year operation which has cost billions of dollars and many thousands of lives. The onus...


06/12/11

Blair govt. aids Gaddafi with uni place

Tony Blair's government has urged Oxford University to secure a place on an MA course for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi in a bid to build positive relations with the former regime of Muammar Gaddafi. The...


22/11/11

Pannella, Perduca and Angioli write to all British MPs and Lords

Dear colleagues, We are sure that what published on November 16th on the website of the Iraq Inquiry and duly reported by the Guardian the same day did no escape your attention.  We believe...


17/11/11

Iraq war inquiry report delayed

Chilcot inquiry panel cites refusal by Whitehall departments to disclose sensitive documents as one reason for delay until summer 2012 16.11.2011, The Guardian, by Richard Norton-Taylor Damning...


16/11/11

Statement by the Iraq Inquiry

 The Iraq Inquiry has concluded its public hearings and is currently analysing the written and oral evidence it has received and drafting its report. Pulling together and analysing the...


15/11/11

Activists in Malaysia plan symbolic ‘war crime’ trial of Bush, Blair over Iraq War actions

The Washington Post Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — Malaysian-led activists will hold a symbolic trial this month for former President George W. Bush and British ex-leader Tony Blair on charges of...


07/11/11

NY Fed's $40 Billion Iraqi Money Trail

 by Eamon Javers for CNBC.com It has been called the largest airborne transfer of currency in the history of the world. But finding out what happened to all the money involved has...