This video from the USA says about itself:
New Report Finds Tony Blair Schemed With Bush To Invade Iraq
8 July 2016
An official investigation known as The Chilcot Report into how Tony Blair led Great Britain into war reveals that he and George W Bush conspired to bring their countries to a war of aggression based on faulty intelligence, lies and assumptions. Blair sent Bush a note promising loyalty.
Jimmy Dore breaks it down.
By Peter Lazenby in Britain:
Monday 11th September 2017
His comments brought a swift rebuke from Unite general secretary Len McCluskey, who said Mr Blair “misses the point” about immigrant workers, whose abuse by “greedy bosses” leads to the undercutting of wages and working conditions.
Mr McCluskey argued that only a proper regulation of the jobs market could stop the abuse when Britain leaves the European Union.
He also described Mr Blair as “yesterday’s man,” adding: “He’s as out of touch now as he was in 2004.
“He doesn’t address the idea because what Tony Blair and the New Labour government were a part of, and certainly what the Conservatives have continued, is creating this race-to-the-bottom culture within our society rather than a rate-for-the-job society.”
And he attacked Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, asserting that a Corbyn-led government would be a “serious problem” for Britain.
He said: “And the risk is actually that we have a Brexit followed by, I’m afraid, an unreconstructed leftist programme from Labour, and if you combine those two things together, in my view we will be in a very serious situation as a country.”
Mr Blair commended the way Mr Corbyn fought the general election, but added: “That doesn’t make that programme right.”
Communist Party of Britain general secretary Rob Griffiths said: “This is yet another ruse to block and reverse the democratic referendum result.
“Blair and his big-business allies refuse to recognise that for many people, leaving the EU is more an issue of national sovereignty than of immigration.”
UK: Tony Blair calls for anti-immigration policies to stop Brexit: here.
The exclusive survey for The Independent by BMG Research showed some 60 per cent of people believe “important domestic issues” are being ignored by ministers as Brexit relentlessly diverts their attention, with problems faced by the NHS and the housing market consistently appearing in surveys of voter concerns: here.