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British Intelligence Warned Tony Blair of Manchester-Like Terrorism if the West Invaded Iraq

Jon Schwarz reports for The Intercept:

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has yet to say anything about Monday’s heinous, nihilistic suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. 181 more words

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61chrissterry reblogged this on 61chrissterry and commented:

Surely at this late stage Tony Blair can be convicted of some offence for his lying behaviour while he was Prime Minister.

Biggest remaining need for Saints? Easy rush to conclusions

No one can blame the Saints for grabbing Marshon Lattimore with the No. 11 pick in last month’s draft. The actual draft is nothing like mock drafts, where owners tend to go down a laundry list of needs, plucking players in the order of biggest need first. 448 more words

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Book launch: Public Opinion, Legitimacy and Tony Blair's War in Iraq

I was very pleased to see a full house turn out for a special panel discussion event at LSE on 27 April marking the publication of my book… 3,847 more words

Populism, Put Simply

By Senior Campaign Agent Guinevere Poncia

2016 was the year which transformed how we see populism. Events such as Brexit and the election of Donald Trump in America evince populism’s ability to undermine well-established political structures around the world. 786 more words

Politics Put Simply

Aaron Rodgers retweet saves Iowa class from final exam

Aaron Rodgers often uses his right arm to save the Green Bay Packers.

On Friday, Rodgers used the retweet button to save a class of Iowa high schoolers from a final exam. 232 more words

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West Lafayette Regional: Illinois rallies, UNLV wins

TOP TEAM: UNLV (8-over 872)

TOP INDIVIDUAL: Nick Hardy, Illinois, and, Andrej Bevins, New Mexico (3-under 213)

ALSO ADVANCED: Auburn (875), Illinois (787), New Mexico (880), Purdue (882) 665 more words

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Blair supports rewriting records from before 2005

The ex-Pm and future-inmate, Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, has surprisingly come out in favour of erasing pre-2005 World Records; particularly those that relate to WMD or that other ‘travesty in the sand’ – beach volleyball.  161 more words

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