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THE LABOUR LEADER OF THE PARTY JEREMY CORBYN STOOD WITH THE PEOPLE. AGAINST AN ILLIGEAL WAR IN IRAQ
Tony Blair was not “straight with the nation” according to the BBC but we all already new that before the “Illigal war/murder of innocent civilians started”
THE BRITISH PUBLIC CALLED FOR “NO WAR WITH IRAQ” !!!
The British, Scottish, Welsh and Irish Nations called for ‘No War With Iraq’ !!!
THE DUP IN GOVERNMENT ALL VOTED FOR WAR WITH IRAQ
Two of these three DUP Westminster MPs voted for war in Iraq. The other DUP Wesminister MP “would stand with the Tories” and vote for war in Iraq today !!!
THE LEADER OF THE DUP VOTED FOR ‘WAR WITH IRAQ”
They both voted for “War with Iraq” !!!
Tony Blair was not “straight with the nation” about his decisions in the run up to the Iraq War, the chairman of of the inquiry into the war has told the BBC.
Speaking for the first time since publishig his report a year ago, Sir John Chilcot discussed why he thinks former PM made those decisions.
He said the evidence Mr Blair gave the inquiry was “emotionally truthful” but he relied on beliefs rather than facts.
A spokesman for Mr Blair said “all these issues” had been dealt with. According to the BBC.
With many thanks to: BBC England and BBC NI (North of Ireland) for the origional story.
Hear it from the horses mouth: Tony Blair was not straight with the nation & the inquiry about his decisions in the run up to Iraq War – Sir John Chilcot tells @bbclaurak. https://t.co/dP2CV5kPVY
Watch this YouTube video: https://youtu.be/16BtpSCufU0
Follow these links to find out more: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/jeremy-corbyn-2003-anti-iraq-war-speech-labour-leader-ahead-of-his-time_uk_577bbbe8e4b0f7b55795fa0a
Follow these links to find out more: https://donate.unhcr.org/gb-en/mosul?gclid=Cj0KEQjwv_fKBRCG8a3ao-OQuZ8BEiQAvpHp6DGLC-ZTQVPL79GboChP3RbdTp6IRVxB0TU5CieH9hoaApxA8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds
Follow these links: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-40510541