The Chilcott Inquiry in the British
The following is a selection of Britain's main newspapers
Firstly the official BBC that is preently beating wardrums along with the Guardian
The Daily Mail and the Independent were the only two newspapers that took a consistently anti-war line back in 2003-4
Grovelling Blair's voice cracks as he finally says sorry for Iraq War after devastating Chilcot report - but he STILL defiantly insists 'there were no lies' and 'I would take the same decision again'
- Tony Blair apologises for the bloody consequences of Iraq War but refuses to say sorry for initial invasion in 2003
Britain's most reprehensible newspaper, Murdoch's 'the Sun' presents Tony Blair in a favourable light
Sir John Chilcot delivers highly critical verdict on Iraq war but ex-PM says: ‘I believe we made the right decision’
Chilcot report: Tony Blair says he would do the same again as Iraq Inquirysays war went 'badly wrong'
Tony Blair insisted he would “take the same decision” again in leading Britain to war in Iraq, after a seven-year inquiry concluded the conflict had been unnecessary and went “badly wrong”.
The former prime minister expressed his “sorrow, regret and apology” for the “failures” in Iraq, where 179 British personnel died, but said he “stood by” his chosen path.
"If I was back in the same place with the same information, I would take the same decision,” he said. “I can look not just at the families of this country, but the nation in the eye, and say I did not mislead this country. I made the decision in good faith on the information I had at the time.”
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