This video from England is about the Iraq Inquiry. Ex-Govt lawyers Sir Michael Wood and Elizabeth Wilmshurst believed the war was illegal.
Britain: A senior government lawyer warned ministers the Iraq war would be illegal but saw his advice ignored, he told the Chilcot inquiry on Tuesday: here.
Tony Blair is guilty of mass murder: here.
The government is attempting to prevent a legitimate peaceful protest outside the QEII conference centre on 29 January when Tony Blair gives evidence to the Iraq inquiry: here.
Former attorney general Lord Goldsmith has admitted that he had given the “green light” for the Iraq war despite originally believing the invasion would be illegal: here.
Blair‘s return to the election campaign will lose Labour votes: here.
Peter Mandelson’s decision to ask Tony Blair to join Labour‘s election campaign will further alienate millions of voters and could cost the party the election, left politicians have warned: here.
Anti-war campaigners have accused the police and government of attempting to prevent lawful protest outside the Iraq inquiry when Tony Blair gives evidence on Friday: here.
Britain: Illegality of Iraq war dominates Chilcot inquiry: here.
Storm of protest as Blair slinks into Iraq inquiry: here. And here. And here.
The Carp of Truth: Jack Straw, Colin Powell and the Smoking Guns of War Crime: here.
George Monbiot: UK Inquiry “Toothless” and “Feeble” in Probing Origins of Iraq War: here.
Another video says about itself:
In an explosive day at the Chilcot inquiry, two of the country’s most senior law officials state that Britain’s decision to go to war in Iraq was illegal.
The hearings held by the inquiry into the war in Iraq, headed by Chairman Sir John Chilcot, have confirmed that the fundamental purpose for which it was convened was to ensure that those responsible for waging an illegal war of aggression are not held to account: here.
Medical records relating to the death of government scientist Dr. David Kelly will be kept secret for 70 years, it was revealed this week: here.
Britain: A mental health charity will urge the government on Thursday to do more to prevent war veterans from plunging into alcoholism, crime and suicide: here.
In Armored, a struggling Iraq war veteran gets a job as a guard with an armored car company and agrees to take part in a heist planned by his co-workers: here.