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Anti-war movement targets “Bliar”

February 3, 2010

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Anti-war protestors gathered outside the Chilcot inquiry to voice their displeasure at former Prime Minister Tony Blair on the day that he gave his evidence. The protests were less vociferous and less well-attended than in the past, however, with those bearing placards and chanting anti-Blair slogans heavily outnumbered by police and journalists. Those that were […]

‘Bliar’: Former PM bears brunt of protest

January 4, 2010

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Anti-war protestors gathered outside the Chilcot inquiry to voice their displeasure at former Prime Minister Tony Blair on the day that he gave his evidence. The protests were less vociferous and less well-attended than in the past, however, with those bearing placards and chanting anti-Blair slogans heavily outnumbered by police and journalists. Those that were […]

Mud-slinging over Iraq

December 9, 2009

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Predictably, the Chilcot inquiry has descended into a farcical escapade where everybody blames everybody else for the disaster that was the war in Iraq. Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Viggers has called the people running the war ‘amateurs’, appparently oblivious to the fact that he was, erm, one of them. It doesn’t take a genius to […]