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Blair, the Brexit saviour?

Whither Tony Blair?

I wrote a blog post last year about the former UK Prime Minister’s hint at returning to the UK political scene. Mr Blair was at pains then to say that his return to politics would be strictly behind the scenes, and not on the frontline. 1,571 more words

Uk Politics

Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.8

Again, this is late. Was meant to be published weeks ago. Been busy.

Week 28 November – 4 December

In a week when David Davis admitted to MPs that the UK may continue to pay the EU for access to the single market after Brexit, MPs voted down a motion accusing former Prime Minister Tony Blair of misleading Parliament over the case for war in Iraq, and an ICM poll gave the Conservatives a 16 point lead over Labour, what did Bernard Jenkin do? 404 more words


MPs reject Tony Blair Iraq investigation

MP’s don’t want an investigation into Tony Blair – adding there are ‘lessons to learn’. Where have we heard that before?

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Blair faces new charges over Iraq

Tony Blair faces new charges for misleading UK over Iraq

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Event Announcement! Casualty Recording Post-Chilcot

Casualty Recording Post-Chilcot

International Standards for the Field

Thursday 8 December 2016


Weston Room, Maughan Library,

Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1LR

The UK launch of the first-ever set of international standards for recording casualties for use in the field and as a resource for conflict analysts (published 23 November 2016).   176 more words

Casualty Recording

The Blair Years Part Four

This article appeared in Ceylon Today on Thursday, November 10 2016

The Moral Imperialist Messiah


When Blair visited Pristina in 2010, he appeared onstage with nine boys who were named after him. 1,350 more words

Ceylon Today

Of Sofa Government and Facts.

The Chilcot Report was published this summer, after many years of waiting and expectation. I wrote about the report in a blog post on the date of publication. 2,585 more words

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