Labour leaders haven’t been punished enough for Iraq war, says Gary Younge. They should be in jail: here.
The High Court has heard that more than 100 Iraqis detained by British forces were the victims of “systematic” inhumane and degrading treatment while in custody; here.
A judge appointed to lead an inquiry into torture allegations against Britain’s security services was asked to step down on Tuesday given his strong links to MI5 and MI6: here.
Ex-envoy: WMD claims ‘intentionally exaggerated’: here.
For seven years, Britain has wanted to see how the legal case for invading Iraq was made. Yesterday, at a public inquiry that is going on unnoticed, official documents were released for the first time that showed the grave reservations of the Attorney General, his remarkable U-turn, and how the basis for the Iraq war was built on sand: here.
Over 100 Iraqis who allege they were tortured and abused by British forces have won permission to bring a High Court action in a bid to force a public inquiry: here.
The High Court yesterday gave the go ahead for a legal challenge over the torture of Iraqi civilians at the hands of UK troops: here.
HIGH COURT GIVES GO AHEAD FOR LEGAL CHALLENGE OVER IRAQ CIVILIANS BEING TORTURED BY UK TROOPS: here.
Iraq inquiry: Saddam posed very limited threat to UK, ex-MI5 chief says: here.
Video: British Minister declares Bush’s Iraq war illegal: here.