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A LONG-AWAITED inquiry into Britain's involvement in the Iraq war is due to open overnight, six years after Tony Blair's controversial decision to back the US-led invasion.
Mr Blair has vowed to co-operate "fully" with the probe, announced by Prime Minister Gordon Brown last month to honour a pledge to hold an inquiry once Britain's soldiers have pulled out of Iraq.
Originally posted by Freeborn
reply to post by phoenix103
Exactly, wouldn't be right if President For Life Bliar was found guilty of blatantly mis-leading Parliament on numerous occassions and of being complicit in murder!
Originally posted by woodwardjnr
But didn't God give Blair and Bush the all clear on the Iraq war, I'm sure they both gave this as some sort of reasoning for their actions.
Originally posted by phoenix103
reply to post by noonebutme
Think woodward is right, Tony became a Catholic after he left office and said he "had faith" before that. Of course, the UK wouldn't particularly a religious political leader so he largely kept it quiet during his time.