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    1. Chilcot inquiry to deliver 'brutal' Tony Blair verdict

      العربي الجديدMay 23 09:10 AM

      Damning Iraq inquiry report may reignite moves in Britain to bring the former prime minister to trial for war crimes. The British government's inquiry into the Iraq War is set to give an "absolutely brutal" verdict on former prime minister Tony Blair and other former government officials, according to media revelations.

    2. Sir John Chilcot's long-awaited report into the 2003 Iraq War and its aftermath will be published on 6 July.

    3. The Chilcot report will reveal Tony Blair made a secret deal with George W Bush to support the Iraq War, Jeremy Corbyn has claimed. The Labour leader said his predecessor’s warning Saddam Hussein had chemical and biological weapons which could be activated within 45 minutes will be proved false.

    4. The Chilcot report on the Iraq War will “damage” Tony Blair’s reputation and deliver a “brutal” verdict on Jack Straw, a source claimed on Sunday.

    5. THE report, which runs to an extraordinary 2.6 million words, has finally been completed by Sir John Chilcot, after agreement on publication of Tony Blair's conversations with George Bush was reached.

    6. TONY Blair faces “damage” to his reputation in the forthcoming Chilcot inquiry report into the war in Iraq as the £10 million probe delivers an “absolutely brutal” verdict on the mismanagement of Britain’s role in the invasion and occupation, according to a senior source.

    7. TONY Blair faces “damage” to his reputation in the forthcoming Chilcot inquiry report into the war in Iraq as the £10 million probe delivers an “absolutely brutal” verdict on the mismanagement of Britain’s role in the invasion and occupation, according to a senior source.

    8. Iraq War inquiry will reveal Bush-Blair deal, says Corbyn

      العربي الجديدMay 18 05:55 AM

      British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has claimed that the long-delayed inquiry into the 2003 Iraq War will reveal that a secret deal took place between former UK prime minister Tony Blair and his US counterpart George W. Bush.

    9. Why has Chilcot taken so long?

      BBC NewsMay 09 11:43 AM

      It has been announced that the official report into the 2003 Iraq war will be published on 6 July. But why did it take so long and what will happen next?

    10. The report by Sir John Chilcot (pictured inset, right) will deliver an 'absolutely brutal' verdict is on Blair (pictured with Bush in 2001), ex-foreign secretary Jack Straw and intelligence chiefs.

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