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Was Tony Blair duped by Bush & PNAC? Was he in on it from the beginning? Was Blair being blackmailed? What can possibly explain his actions related to the invasion of Iraq? He ignored his own people, his own party and the entire world and followed the lead of the stupidest man to ever hold the office of President of the United States! Confused? Understandable. It just does not make any sense. What a shame. Blair was a great leader and has done many great things for the UK. Like everything associated with Bush; this just does not make any sense!

  • Blair faces revolt as US admits doubts - TVNL asks: Why is Bush not facing a revolt?
  • Blair walks into Gulf war storm - Embarrassing divisions opened up between London and Washington after Donald Rumsfeld, the American defense secretary, said that Iraq could have destroyed its weapons before war began.
  • PM under pressure over Iraq dossier - The Government is facing calls for a Commons inquiry over a dossier on Iraq.
  • Official explodes key WMD claim - Downing Street doctored a dossier on Iraq's weapons program to make it "sexier", according to a senior British official, who claims intelligence services were unhappy with the assertion that Saddam's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) were ready for use within 45 minutes.
  • EXPOSED: BUSH AND BLAIR'S WAR OF LIES - Former Labour MP Tony Benn said: "I believe the Prime Minister lied to us and lied to us." MP Jeremy Corbyn said the war was "based on deception". - TVNL comment: No kidding! (Wwe wanted to use another word!)
  • BBC documentary lifts lid on Iraq war - The government is likely to face fresh embarrassment over the war in Iraq...
  • Robin Cook: Britain must not be suckered a second time by the White House - The British government needs to concede that we went to war for reasons of US foreign policy and Republican Party politics
  • Straw, Powell had serious doubts over their Iraqi weapons claims - Jack Straw and his US counterpart, Colin Powell, privately expressed serious doubts about the quality of intelligence on Iraq's banned weapons program at the very time they were publicly trumpeting it to get UN support for a war on Iraq, the Guardian has learned.
  • Revealed: How Blair used discredited WMD 'evidence' - UK intelligence chiefs warned claim that Iraq could activate banned weapons in 45 minutes came from unreliable defector
  • Blair fell for US spin on Iraq WMD and ignored UK advice - TONY Blair disregarded the advice of his own intelligence agencies and chose instead to believe 'selective and defective' information from a highly politicized Pentagon...
  • BLAIR DUPED US ALL SAYS SHORT - In her most ferocious attack yet on Mr. Blair, she said: "There was political spin put on the intelligence information to create a sense of urgency.
  • I was silly to trust America - TVNL comment: You were silly to believe Bush!
  • Blair to reveal new Iraq weapons dossier - TVNL begs: Please stop! Enough already! It’s over; let it go!
  • All at stake in weapons row - The charges currently being leveled against Tony Blair over the war on Iraq could not be more serious. - And they boil down to a single question - did the government deliberately spin Britain into the conflict?
  • War crime threat to Blair - The mother of a North soldier who died in the Gulf has said that Tony Blair should be prosecuted as a war criminal if no weapons of mass destruction are found in Iraq.
  • No 10 'doctored' Iraq dossier - Intelligence memo reveals key conclusion dropped -  THE government faced fresh embarrassment last night over Iraq's weapons of mass destruction as confidential Whitehall memos showed a key section of a controversial intelligence dossier was dropped shortly before publication.
  • PM's DECEIT SACRIFICED BRITISH LIVES - Tony Blair explicitly told the British people that disarming Saddam justified taking Britain to war. That argument was fraudulent.
  • Iain Duncan Smith challenges Blair on WMD - Iain Duncan Smith has demanded an urgent statement from Tony Blair, as the credibility of the Prime Minister, his Government, and the intelligence services are called into question over Iraq's weapons of mass destruction.
  • Weapons critics blast Blair - Blair's credibility appears to have been damaged by the Iraqi weapons row, according to a poll Wednesday for Sky News.
  • WAR ON IRAQ ILLEGAL - MP - A City MP today accused the Government of being no better than the terrorist organization al Quaeda
  • Criticism of Blair Over Iraq Reaches a Roar - Britons Skeptical of Claims Iraq Hiding Weapons of Mass Destruction  - In a raucous House of Commons session punctuated by catcalls and cheers...
  • Intelligence chiefs tell Blair: no more spin, no more stunts - MI6 and MI5 chiefs have sought the government's assurance that it will never again pass off as official intelligence information which does not come from them. - TVNL comment: This will never happen in America. Dick Cheney will claim executive privilege for Bush and they will use the “9/11 changed everything” excuse!
  • Cook keeps WMD row on the boil - Mr Cook told the BBC that the government now appeared to be shifting the arguments. He said: "There is the loud sound of goalposts being wrenched and moved, indeed whole football fields have been transferred in terms of the argument. - "Look at what was said at the time. Tony Blair said in his foreword to that dossier that Iraq constitutes a current and serious threat to the UK national interest." - He added: "I think that what has happened here is that the government started out from a conclusion. It wanted to go to war, it then needed the evidence to support the war.
  • Sixsmith accuses No 10 of 'cover-up' - Labour leader of the house John Reid has accused "rogue elements" in the security services of untruthfully briefing the press that the government hyped up the threat posed by Saddam Hussein, in particular the BBC's defence correspondent Andrew Gilligan.
  • Labour 'doctored' second dossier on WMDs - Tony Blair's denial that he exaggerated the threat posed by Saddam Hussein's weapons is called into question today by fresh accusations that Downing Street distorted a second Iraq dossier.
  • White House war 'spin' entangles Downing Street - From the start, it has been hard to understand Tony Blair's conduct concerning the war on Iraq.
  • The Niger connection: Tony Blair, forged documents and the case for war - The controversy over documents supplied by MI6 and exposed as crude forgeries by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) before the war in Iraq now threatens to erupt into a full-blown political scandal on both sides of the Atlantic.
  • Weapons dossier 'sent back six times' - A dossier including the claim that Iraq could launch weapons of mass destruction in 45 minutes was repeatedly returned to intelligence chiefs for changes, the BBC has learned.
  • No 10 'altered evidence in study' - The authors of that dossier, and one the previous September, "have plagiarized and manipulated open-source materials, by inflating figures, and exaggerating the capabilities of Iraq's weapons programme", he writes in The Daily Telegraph.
  • Blix attacks Blair warnings over Iraqi weapons - Tony Blair suffered a damaging blow yesterday when the chief UN weapons inspector, Hans Blix, launched a point-by-point attack on Anglo-American warnings about Iraq's banned weapons.
  • 'There must be a Commons inquiry' - Blair stands firm against mounting criticism
  • Labour loyalists turn against Blair over war Satwant Gill: "He needs to lose that smug grin and stop being so patronizing and telling us that maybe we don't need to know the full details over Iraq. I trust Blair less now and I don't know if I will believe him in future," she said. "I have always voted Labour, but I don't want to be hoodwinked over Iraq.''
  • No 10 regret on war dossier - Downing Street is to express regret about the fundamental flaws in the second 'dodgy dossier' on Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction. - TVNL asks: What about the White House?
  • Tinker, tailor, spinner, spy - The more he resists an independent inquiry into Iraq, the more his critics will portray Mr Blair as a man with something to hide
  • Blow to Blair over 'mobile labs' - Saddam's trucks were for balloons, not germs - Instead The Observer has established that it is increasingly likely that the units were designed to be used for hydrogen production to fill artillery balloons, part of a system originally sold to Saddam by Britain in 1987. - TVNL asks: What about a Blow to Bush? Why just Blair?
  • Spies threaten Blair with 'smoking gun' over Iraq - Senior intelligence officers kept secret records of meetings after pressure from No 10 - Intelligence officers are holding a "smoking gun" which proves that they were subjected to a series of demands by Tony Blair's staff in the run-up to the Iraq war.
  • Partner in Cherie law firm seeks judicial review of 'illegal' invasion - One of the co-founders of Cherie Blair's law firm has launched a blistering attack on the legality of the Iraq war.
  • Blair 'duped' over out-of-date dossier - TONY Blair’s first dossier on the justification for war against Iraq was almost entirely put together from information freely available on the internet, Scotland on Sunday can reveal.  - TVNL asks: Didn’t we know this? I knew this prior to the invasion, where were Tony and George?. The US was distracted by the Code Orange alert; convenient timing for a distraction!
  • Lies and statistics - How the master of spin changed two words - and possibly the world - It was known some time ago that a section of the Campbell dossier was nothing to do with our intelligence services, so much admired by Mr Blair, but had been simply copied from the internet from various articles in academic journals. But last week it was shown that Campbell had not only plagiarized these articles but that they too had been 'sexed up'.
  • Leading British journalist: War on Iraq was mere ''false trick - The prominent British journalist and writer, Patrick Seale, stressed Monday that the war on Iraq was mere a false trick, asserting that the US President George Bush and British Prime Minister, Tony Blair cheated the world opinion by their allegations that Iraqi weapons threaten the security of the region and the world as a whole.
  • Blair 'not interested in intelligence agencies' - The parliamentary intelligence and security committee (ISC) said that Mr Blair and other senior ministers with responsibility for intelligence were "not sufficiently engaged" in the process of setting long-term priorities for the agencies.
  • Blair Could Be Bush's First Fall Guy for Iraq - British Prime Minister Tony Blair is in trouble. It's a crisis of credibility brought on by the war in Iraq. And while the fate of the leader of a medium-size European country thousands of miles away might seem unimportant in the United States, it could change the whole global balance of power.
  • Blair will not appear before WMD inquiry - The explicit refusal, delivered at prime ministers questions, appears to confirm speculation that the committee's inquiry into the government's claims and dossiers on weapons of mass destruction ahead of the Iraq conflict will be effectively nobbled before it begins
  • Spooks draw smoking gun and PM ducks for cover - Last weekend The Independent on Sunday reported that intelligence officers were holding what amounted to a "smoking gun" which detailed the political pressure exerted on some analysts to produce evidence of WMD palatable to Downing Street. It apparently contained dates and times when Downing Street was in touch, what was asked for and what was supplied.
  • CIA EXPOSE NEW LIE IN BLAIR'S IRAQ DOSSIER - It emerged that the CIA had investigated reports that Iraqi agents attempted to buy uranium in Niger - and found them false.
  • Whitehall took protection from troops as Blair used bio threat to justify war - Shortage of vital equipment put Iraq's supposed target at risk
  • Clare Short: Acting as Mr Bush's figleaf has been a tragedy for Britain - Blair's support for America on the Iraq war has left us marginalized where it matters, says Clare Short
  • MPs examine Iraq weapons evidence - MPs have begun examining whether the British government misled the public about the extent of the evidence it had against Saddam Hussein. - TVNL comment: Democracy in action; everywhere but in the US.
  • Inquiries will not silence critics - But the latest announcement in the UK may still fail to satisfy the prime minister's fiercest critics who are demanding a full-blooded public inquiry.
  • Ex-ministers attack weapons claims - Former cabinet minister Robin Cook has accused Tony Blair's government of "not presenting the whole picture" in the run-up to war with Iraq.
  • Iraq dossier was 'spectacular own goal', says Cook - The Government went to war with Iraq using information that was "highly suggestible" and intelligence that was selected to fit its position, former Cabinet minister Robin Cook has said.
  • Shocking, shoddy and shameful: Short's verdict on Blair's campaign to win backing for war - Former ministers rail against Blair for sidelining his Cabinet and misusing intelligence - a charge echoed in Washington
  • Exposed: Blair, Iraq and the great deception - Tony Blair was charged with deliberately misleading the public over Iraq's weapons of mass destruction yesterday as two former cabinet ministers revealed that MI6 believed Saddam Hussein's arsenal posed no immediate threat.
  • Cook doubts Saddam threat - Former foreign secretary Robin Cook today dealt a series of devastating blows to the government's case for a war against Iraq, saying that it was "now clear that Saddam Hussein did not represent a 'clear and serious threat'".
  • WAR CRIMES ACCUSATIONS - War crimes lawsuits have been filed in Belgium against US President George Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Authorities said Bush and Blair are among eight top officials implicated in the lawsuits. More on Iraq War crimes here.
  • EXPERT BLASTS BLAIR WMD FILE - TONY Blair's main dossier on the threat from Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction was "flawed" and based on "garbage grade" intelligence sources. - A former senior Australian intelligence analyst yesterday told MPs the dossier had been polished by a "marketing man" to persuade Parliament and the public to back military action.
  • Is this the fag-end of Blair's regime? - TONY Blair came eye-to-eye with an unfamiliar world last week, as he found himself in the unprecedented position of having to explain himself to his country.
  • Under-fire Blair sees rating with voters plummet - Successive rows over Iraq's weapons, the "botched" Cabinet reshuffle and the EU constitution appeared to have taken their toll on the Government.
  • Poll shows Blair is hurting Labour - Tony Blair's personal unpopularity is seriously damaging Labour's poll rating for the first time, according to the results of this month's Guardian/ICM opinion poll.
  • Blair faces new row over war - PRIME Minister Tony Blair was last night facing new questions about his decision to go to war in Iraq after his right-hand man admitted including material from a graduate thesis posted on the internet in a dossier on Iraq's weapons capability
  • Straw in new clash over dossier - The foreign secretary, Jack Straw, has kept potentially "decisive evidence" from the select committee investigating the government's handling of intelligence about the Iraqi weapons programme
  • Straw 'shifting story' over Iraq - The government has been accused of shifting its story over its claims that Iraq could launch weapons of mass destruction within 45 minutes.
  • Bush Escapes Fury That Batters Blair - This week in London, Foreign Secretary Jack Straw has been forced to acknowledge publicly that a paper published by the British government to make the case against Saddam Hussein was "an embarrassment." - In contrast, President Bush has largely brushed off questions about the intelligence as the work of "revisionist historians." His Republican allies, unlike Mr. Blair's divided Labor Party, have kept Congressional hearings behind closed doors. - TVNL comment: This is the fault of the media and of the Republican Congress.
  • Blair No Longer Trustworthy, Says Newspaper Poll - Most Britons no longer find Prime Minister Tony Blair trustworthy and nearly half think he should quit, according to a newspaper poll Sunday.
  • The BBC reported what we were all told - and it was right - Peter Beaumont, who has reported the intelligence services' views throughout the Iraq crisis, tells how he was told of grave doubts about No 10's use of their material
  • BBC has fresh details to support its dossier claim - The BBC will present fresh details about how the Iraqi weapons dossier was allegedly "sexed up'' by Downing Street and accuse Alastair Campbell of giving "inaccurate'' evidence to the official inquiry into the affair.
  • Blair in crisis talks over deaths of British troops - TONY Blair, the Prime Minister, and defence chiefs were locked in crisis meetings last night as they tried to work out how to respond to the attacks in Iraq that left six British soldiers dead.
  • 'Tony Blair must be held responsible' - The PM's man finds few protectors in the press
  • Letter reveals Campbell proposed 11 changes to Iraq dossier - In another passage, he questioned why the report said that Iraq had "sought" to require uranium rather than had done so.
  • BOOT BUSH, TONY - PM warned he will be election 'target' - TONY Blair has been told he must distance himself from President Bush. - "With Clinton the right-wing was always trying to undermine him. Part of it involved a Conservative press that infected the atmosphere. Some of that exists here in Britain." - TVNL comment: The rest of the world can clearly see the US’ conservative press. Note there is no mention of a liberal media?
  • MI6 chief briefed BBC over Iraq arms fears -· Iran and Syria 'greater danger than Saddam' - Blair stakes reputation on row over weapons dossier - The head of MI6, Sir Richard Dearlove, secretly briefed senior BBC executives on Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction before the Today programme claimed Number 10 had 'sexed up' part of the evidence.
  • Iraq weapons report unveiled - The all-party foreign affairs committee says a claim that Iraq could deploy chemical and biological weapons within 45 minutes should not have been given such prominence.
  • Blair Govt. Blasted on Iraq Intelligence - ``We further conclude that by referring to the document on the floor of the House (of Commons) as 'further intelligence,' the prime minister - who had not been informed of its provenance, doubts about which only came to light several days later - misrepresented its status,'' the committee's report said.
  • One stark truth: Blair was wrong and must admit it now - "It is inconceivable that such factories exist in Iraq and we've not found them. There is no part of the globe that has been more managed by aerial surveillance. It is also inconceivable that anybody working on that programme hasn't come forward to tell us where it is: we've had the top people under interrogation for weeks now."
  • Blair told: it's time to answer vital questions - The government was last night confronted with fresh challenges to its case for waging war in Iraq when a Labour dominated Commons committee posed a series of unexpectedly sceptical questions about Whitehall's prewar intelligence assessment. - TVNL comment: The time for Blair AND BUSH to answer questions was BEFORE they STARTED A WAR!!!
  • It was the politicians who took us into war, and not the intelligence services - Somebody somewhere has to take responsibility for how the government got it wrong, and I wouldn't advise blaming intelligence - Robin Cook
  • In Blair We Trust - One of the saddest results of our war in Iraq is that it may finish off Tony Blair before Saddam Hussein.
  • Is Niger the smoking gun? - Blair under fire as White House rejects British intelligence claiming Iraq tried to buy uranium - The White House has dealt a devastating blow to Tony Blair by rejecting as flawed British claims that Saddam Hussein attempted to buy uranium from Africa to restart his nuclear weapons programme.
  • ANGRY MANDELA ATTACKS WARMONGER BLAIR - In an astonishing attack on the Premier and President Bush, he said in London: "To see young political leaders of the developed world act in ways that undermine some of the noblest attempts of humanity to deal with historical legacies, pains me greatly and makes me worry immensely about our future."
  • Quit before it gets nasty, Blair told - Tony Blair's troubles are set to worsen - and he should quit as prime minister before things get "ever nastier", former cabinet minister Clare Short has said.
  • Revealed: first dossier also dodgy - Tony Blair's first Iraq weapons dossier used material culled from the internet to buttress the Government's case for war - exactly as the now-discredited second, so-called dodgy dossier did. - The document, released last September, shows at least six separate items on Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction were lifted from reports up to 21 months old. The revelation will be acutely embarrassing to the Prime Minister who, only this week, defended the first dossier robustly, and insisted it supported the need for action.
  • Speculation grows over Campbell - Senior Downing Street staff are openly discussing a possible successor to Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair's closest and longest-serving adviser who is believed to be on the verge of resigning.
  • Cook's broadside: Justification for Iraq war is now 'palpably absurd' - Robin Cook, the former foreign secretary who writes exclusively for 'The Independent', says Tony Blair now owes the country answers to some troubling questions
  • Blair told to refuse his US honour - TONY Blair was last night under intense pressure from the Labour benches to turn down a prestigious Congressional Gold Medal from George Bush, the United States president, as the political fall-out from the Iraq conflict continued to bedevil the Prime Minister.
  • BLAIR MUST RESIGN IF NO WMDs ARE FOUND - In one of the strongest attacks on Mr Blair's leadership yet by a former member of his Government, Ms Jackson said time was running out. - As several senior Labour figures raised doubts over his future, she said: "He must resign if they are not found. This is most certainly a resigning matter. British troops died for goodness sake. - "Now he is saying that only weapons 'programmes' will be found. - "Does that mean we went to war because Saddam Hussein could launch chopped up pieces of paper - effectively confetti - within 45 minutes? - "Tony Blair placed British troops in clear and present danger on the basis that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction and was ready to use them. - "If they are not found then why did we go to war? Why were people killed?"
  • Angry MPs set Blair a deadline to find weapons - Many Labour MPs are beginning to feel they were duped into supporting the war by intelligence highlighting the imminent threat of Saddam Hussein's alleged WMD
  • 'Mr Blair, I hold you personally responsible for my son's death. You should stand down' - A veteran of the Falklands conflict who considers himself anything but a pacifist, Mr Kelly supported his son's lifelong ambition to join the Parachute Regiment, and backed him when he went out to Iraq. But he believes Mr Blair was guilty of an inexplicable decision when he sent British troops to war against Iraq. - "I would have always feared this could happen if my son went to war. But I would understand if someone was threatening our country. This was not the case - there was no reason to go to war."
  • Niger: Straw accused of 'new deception' - Jack Straw stood accused of misleading the public over the threat from Iraq last night after he cited evidence that Saddam Hussein was trying to build a nuclear bomb without saying it was 12 years old.
  • Blair is defiant to the end. But is the end in sight? - Tony Blair insists the weapons will be found. Never mind that the Foreign Secretary seems ready to admit they never existed. Never mind that bereaved parents say their sons were betrayed. Never mind that President Bush made false claims. Andy McSmith opens a seven-page report on how the absence of WMD is destroying the case for war
  • Blair's new world order blocked - Tony Blair's plans for a new world order in which advanced nations would take armed action to remove brutal or failed regimes were blocked yesterday by fellow centre-Left leaders.
  • I'll never believe Blair again - The prime minister may well be in the greatest difficulty of his career. John Lanchester, who has quietly backed him since their first encounter in the late 1980s, knows why
  • Core of weapons case crumbling - Of the nine main conclusions in the British government document "Iraq's weapons of mass destruction", not one has been shown to be conclusively true.
  • TONY BLAIR - PRISONER OF WAR - Greg Palast - The Prime Minister's need to pad along behind Bush is the result of the strange pathologic politics that Blair calls, 'modernization.' Blair, you see, hates Britain.
  • Desperate Blair blames Hoon - In an effort to shift attention away from the Prime Minister and on to Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon, aides stressed that the decision to name Kelly as the likely source of claims the government "sexed up" its second Iraq dossier was "purely a Ministry of Defence operation".
  • Blair poll rating plummets 21 July 2003 - Tony Blair's reputation has suffered dramatically as a result of the death of Dr David Kelly, a poll shows today.
  • Blair misled us all, say ex-ministers - Robin Cook and Clare Short were told by MI6 in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq that Saddam Hussein did not have any weapons of mass destruction capable of posing a threat to British security.
  • Blair tries to rein in Kelly judge over scope of inquiry - Tony Blair was on collision course last night with the judge he has appointed to investigate the death of Dr David Kelly over the scope of his inquiry.
  • Mystery of the eight missing hours before the body was found - Dr David Kelly was missing for eight hours before his body was found in a copse near Longworth yesterday. Police have ruled out natural causes but have otherwise refused to confirm how he died.
  • Inquiry to hear BBC tape of Kelly linking Campbell to WMD dossier - The BBC will produce a tape-recording at the Hutton inquiry in which David Kelly is said to link Alastair Campbell to last September's Iraq weapons dossier, sources at the corporation say
  • Bit by bit, the real Dr Kelly emerges from the shadows - The man dismissed as a lowly technician was no such thing. - When it came to the contents of the dossier, in short, David Kelly was certainly in a position to know what he was talking about. And it emerged that he had talked, not only to Mr Gilligan, not only to two other BBC journalists whose names were put to him by the FAC (one of whom, it turned out, had recorded the interview), but to several more reporters.
  • Iraq War Crisis Shakes Britain's Foundation - A scientist's death adds to the uproar over arms data and the credibility of leaders and the media. - TVNL comment: The Bush/PNAC administration has wreaked havoc around the world. Its actions have resulted in global protests and the leaders of the world who chose to side with Bush/PNAC over their own people are now paying the price for their loyalty to this evil lying  Bush/PNAC administration.
  • America's 'murky' intelligence muddies the water for Blair - Paul Wolfowitz, the Deputy Defence Secretary, said that the US had not been prepared to wait for clear evidence of Iraq’s threat before attacking.
  • Niger hits back over uranium claim - The prime minister of the west African state of Niger has challenged Tony Blair to produce evidence for his controversial claim that Iraq tried to buy uranium there. - "If Britain has evidence to support its claim then it has only to produce it for everybody to see," said Prime Minister Hama Hamadou in an interview with the Sunday Telegraph.
  • Blair tries to switch Iraq agenda - Tony Blair did what he intended to do in Washington - he switched attention, or tried to at least, from the issue of supposed Iraqi weapons of mass destruction to the results of the war.
  • Short: Blair implicated in Kelly death - The ex-international development secretary said Dr Kelly's apparent suicide was a result of "an abuse of power" by the government, with Tony Blair and his director of communications, Alastair Campbell, working "very, very closely together".
  • Lawyers sue Blair over war - The UK Government insists the invasion of Iraq was legal - Top lawyers from Greece filed a lawsuit with the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague on Monday against senior UK officials.
  • Noose tightens on Blair - Now, as the Prime Minister faces up to the expected resignations of Hoon and his communications director Campbell, he is set to come under intense pressure over his own role.
  • MPs meeting over Kelly inquiry - The 59-year-old civil servant was an expert in arms control - Members of the foreign affairs committee that quizzed the late weapons expert David Kelly are to meet in private ahead of the inquiry into his death.
  • Blair rules out war decision inquiry - TVNL question: Is Cheney his new role model?
  • Kelly death details revealed - He said four electro-cardiogram pads were found on Dr Kelly's chest.
  • Blair hit hard by suicide scandal - A visibly shaken Prime Minister Tony Blair has pleaded for restraint while facing tough questions about "blood on his hands" in the apparent suicide of a leading British government scientist.
  • Electrodes on chest 'unusual' - Heart experts today said it was "unusual" for someone to wear electrode pads while walking following revelations that government scientist David Kelly had four of the special monitors on his chest when his body was found in an Oxfordshire wood.
  • MI6 boss to stand down - The head of MI6, Sir Richard Dearlove, is to stand down next year, the Foreign Office has confirmed. - A spokesman said Sir Richard, 58, would be retiring in August 2004 but denied the move was motivated by any differences with ministers over Iraq.
  • Kelly inquiry to probe spy links - John Scarlett, the chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee, will testify on Kelly's intelligence contacts and relationship with MI6, throwing into sharp relief evidence from the Ministry of Defence that Kelly was a middle-ranking official who had a role in preparing historical parts of the dossier only.
  • Blair and Bush join forces to spin away weapons issue - The British and US governments are drawing up a controversial new strategy to convince the public that Saddam was developing weapons of mass destruction - an admission that they have so far failed to make a convincing case. - The "big impact" plan is designed to overwhelm and silence critics who have sought to put pressure on Tony Blair and George Bush. At the same time both men are working to lower the burden of proof from finding weapons to finding evidence that there were programmes to develop them, even if they lay dormant since the 1980s.- TVNL comment: Outrageous!!!
  • Blair 'must apologise for Kelly smear' - "The attempt by Tom Kelly to cheapen the record of Dr Kelly off the record, even before his funeral had taken place, was appalling," said Mr Duncan Smith. - "We should not simply allow it to be dismissed as an unauthorised mistake.
  • Journalist Defends Report on Iraq Data - Scientist who later died had told him officials rewrote a dossier, the BBC employee testifies.
  • 45-minute claim on Iraq was hearsay - Tony Blair's headline-grabbing claim that Iraq could deploy weapons of mass destruction within 45 minutes of an order to do so was based on hearsay information
  • New evidence shows crucial dossier changes - The Government changed the title of its September 2002 dossier on Iraq at the last minute, to portray a situation in Iraq that some of its most senior experts did not accept as valid.
  • Hoon: Kelly death will end career - Hoon insisted that David Kelly appear before MPs - Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon has reportedly told colleagues he expects his ministerial career to be over following the death of government weapons expert Dr David Kelly.
  • Inquiry reveals doubts over WMD - In an e-mail presented to the inquiry, now in its second week, Prime Minister Tony Blair's chief of staff questioned the strength of intelligence used in the dossier to justify war against Saddam Hussein. -
    Writing to a senior intelligence official a week before publication of the controversial September 2002 dossier, Jonathan Powell said: "The document does nothing to demonstrate a threat, let alone an imminent threat, from Saddam.
  • E-Mail Says British Arms Report Was Heavily Rewritten - A high-profile inquiry into the background of a disputed British intelligence dossier on Iraq's unconventional weapons heard today that the document underwent a "substantial rewrite" to meet points raised by Prime Minister Tony Blair in the weeks before its publication last September.
  • No 10 knew: Iraq no threat - One of the prime minister's closest advisers issued a private warning that it would be wrong for Tony Blair to claim Iraq's banned weapons programme showed Saddam Hussein presented an "imminent threat" to the west or even his Arab neighbours.
  • Kelly foretold 'death in the woods' - Dr David Kelly said in February that if Iraq was invaded he would "probably be found dead in the woods", the Hutton inquiry heard today.
  • Blair deceived us on threat, Britons tell pollster - More than two-thirds of British voters believe they have been deceived by Tony Blair's Government over the threat posed by Saddam Hussein's weapons program, a poll has found. - TVNL Comment: That is because the BBC reports the news instead of wasting hours each day distracting the public with reports that have no impact on them. They know that Laci Peterson is not a vital news story worthy of hours of analysis. They know that the Kobe Bryant saga should be followed by the sports news shows. They report the events that affect the people of the UK so that the people can make informed decisions.
  • Blair 'would have quit if dossier story true' - That report threatened his credibility as prime minister and, if true, "would have merited my resignation", said Mr Blair.
  • Dossier did not justify war, Taylor told No 10 - A senior Labour MP told the inquiry yesterday that Downing Street's controversial arms dossier on Iraq had failed to provide enough evidence to justify action against Saddam Hussei - "Hardest question not answered. Why Saddam Hussein and why now," Mrs Taylor wrote in the email, which was disclosed to the Hutton inquiry yesterday.
  • Blair's 'shameful' treatment of Kelly - Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith accused the prime minister of "underhand" and "shameful" treatment of Dr Kelly, who killed himself days after giving evidence to a government committee.
  • Alastair Campbell to resign - Alastair Campbell is to resign as the government's director of communications and strategy. - The dramatic announcement comes amid the Hutton inquiry into the death of weapons expert Dr David Kelly.
  • Dossier was part of strategy decided with Bush - Tony Blair decided to publish an intelligence-based dossier on Iraq's weapons programme in a strategy decided during a telephone conversation with President George Bush,
  • Blair plans new 'Ministry of Truth' for the post-spin era - But one rumour causing grim amusement in Whitehall is that the brain behind the strategy is Peter Mandelson, the former Labour Party communications director who is credited with being the first of the new wave of spin-doctors when he worked for the party in the 1980s. - But a government insider said: "The key thing people have missed is that Peter Mandelson is the brains behind this whole thing. He is the one advising Tony Blair. The King of Spin is in charge of the death of spin."
  • Kelly's widow tells of 'nightmare' - Dr David Kelly felt "betrayed" by the Ministry of Defence as he realised he would be named as the suspected source for the BBC's Iraq dossier story, his widow has said.
  • Intelligence chief: Dossier exaggerated the case for war - Tony Blair's case for invading Iraq was in tatters last night after damning public criticism by two senior intelligence officials of the way the September weapons dossier was manipulated by government "spin merchants".
  • Calls mount for Blair to quit over Iraq - A poll in the Mail on Sunday newspaper showed 43 percent of people believed Blair should resign over the affair, 42 percent believed he should stay in office and 15 percent were undecided.
  • Britain and US will back down over WMDs - Britain and the US have combined to come up with entirely new explanations of why they went to war in Iraq as inspectors on the ground prepare to report that there are no weapons of mass destruction there.
  • Blair 'overrode terror warnings' - Tony Blair led Britain to war against Iraq despite intelligence chiefs' warnings it could increase the risk of terrorists getting weapons of mass destruction, it has emerged.
  • Revealed: new doubts on Blair's Iraq dossier - Dramatic new evidence from the intelligence services casts fresh doubts over Tony Blair's central claim that Iraq continued to produce chemical and biological weapons until the outbreak of war, The Observer can reveal. - Newly disclosed Cabinet Office documents show that the Prime Minister's categorical assertion was based only on a single source and was attacked as 'too strong' by a senior intelligence official. The same official attacks the dossier's descriptions of the graphic effects of mustard gas and VX, a nerve agent, as 'grossly misleading'.
  • Blix criticises UK's Iraq dossier - Former UN chief weapons inspector Hans Blix accused the British Government of using spin in its controversial dossier on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. - " Advertisers will advertise a refrigerator in terms they do not quite believe in but you expect governments to be more serious and have more credibility " :Hans Blix : "But in the Middle Ages people were convinced there were witches. They looked for them and they certainly found them. "This is a bit risky. I think we were more judicious, saying we want to have real evidence."
  • Lib Dems seize Brent East victory - The Liberal Democrats have snatched one of Labour's safest seats with a victory in a key north London by-election. - Commentators are linking the Labour defeat with Tony Blair's decision to go to war with Iraq, and anger among the party's traditional voters over the involvement of the private sector in public services.
  • Blair faces motion at conference to resign - Mr Blair faces the prospect of a series of embarrassing defeats at the conference. The unions are to table hostile motions on public services and foundation hospitals; manufacturing industry; pensions and employment laws.
  • Blair aide demanded dossier change - A key passage in the Government's Iraq weapons dossier was altered following an 11th hour intervention by one of Tony Blair's closest aides, the Hutton Inquiry has been told. - Mr Powell sent his e-mail at 3.45pm on Sept 19 last year, 45 minutes after the deadline set by Mr Scarlett for final comments from the agencies on the draft dossier before it was sent to the printers.- He wrote: "I think the statement on pg 19 that 'Saddam is prepared to use chemical and biological weapons if he believes is regime is under threat' is a bit of a problem. - "It backs up the Don McIntyre [a political columnist for The Independent] argument that there is no CBW threat and we will only create one if we attack him. I think you should redraft the para."
  • Hoon: We let public think 45 minutes related to WMD - Geoff Hoon admitted yesterday he knew the "45-minute" claim at the heart of the Government's dossier on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction related only to battlefield arms and not strategic missiles.
  • Kennedy takes aim at 'President' Blair - Charles Kennedy will today make his most outspoken attack on "Tony Blair's presidential style of government" and claim the Prime Minister headed a small clique which drove the country to war. - He will accuse Mr Blair and his inner circle of seeking to "manipulate, not tell it like it is" and say the revelations from the Hutton Inquiry and the Intelligence and Security Committee are so unsettling that MPs would never have agreed to go to war if they had known the facts.
  • Blair's Popularity Plummets Over Iraq Inquiry-Poll - Blair's ratings have slumped over the summer so that now 61 percent of voters are unhappy with the job he is doing. - His rating for trustworthiness has fallen nine points since July to just 30 percent. An overwhelming 70 percent say he is far too concerned with public relations and "spin doctoring."
  • Labour MPs put Blair on notice - Just under a quarter (24) said Mr Blair should go now. Another significant tranche (25) want the prime minister to move in a peaceful transition, either before or after the next election. But just over a quarter (29) offered unconditional support, with a further nine keen for him to stay if he changes his style.
  • 10 ways to sex up a dossier - A close analysis shows that these were far from simply presentational changes, as Downing Street claims. They were clearly inserted to make the case for the need for urgent action against Iraq, and then to justify war.
  • Blair 'knew Iraq threat limited' - Before the war started Mr Blair privately admitted that Saddam Hussein had no weapons posing a "real and present danger", Mr Cook said. - He added that Mr Blair had appeared prepared to go to war regardless of any progress made by UN weapons inspectors.
  • Blair 'not welcome' at war service - Richard Green, a businessman from Grantham, Lincolnshire, claimed Mr Blair had lied to the nation about the need for war and was ultimately to blame for the deaths of 51 British troops. "He shouldn't be there because he's the one that killed them,"
  • Conservatives Criticize Blair Over War - Britain's opposition Conservative Party, which strongly supported the war in Iraq, on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Tony Blair of lying as he made the case for military action. - Two parliamentary committees have reported that the government's use of intelligence was misleading. In particular, a claim that Saddam could launch chemical and biological weapons at 45 minutes' notice failed to make clear that intelligence referred to battle field munitions, not long range missiles.
  • MoD man confirms Blair role in Kelly naming - Tony Blair chaired the crucial meeting which agreed how the name of the government scientist David Kelly would become public, a senior government official confirmed today.
  • Galloway to stand against Labour - Rebel MP George Galloway announced tonight he will stand against Labour in next year's European elections. - Mr Galloway said he wanted to build a movement based on the anti-Iraq war coalition to stand against Labour in every European seat in England and Wales next June.
  • Galloway targets Blair and Bush - Expelled Labour MP George Galloway has revealed that the slogan of his new anti-war coalition will be "Blair out, Bush out". - The member for Glasgow Kelvin told BBC Scotland that he and fellow supporters would be "shouting it on the streets of London" in November when US President George W Bush makes a state visit.
  • Blair waged war illegally, say leading lawyers - Tony Blair is facing a formal complaint to the international war-crimes tribunal by a panel of senior international legal experts for unlawfully waging war in Iraq. - The allegations centre on Iraqi civilian deaths caused by British cluster bombs, the targeting of power stations and the use of toxic depleted uranium shells against tanks. - Lawyers advising the panel allege that these tactics have led to thousands of avoidable civilian casualties - in breach of the Geneva Conventions. The case against the Prime Minister is strengthened, they claim, by his failure to get UN sanction for the war.
  • UK cuts rainforest funding to meet Iraq costs - Britain is to slash its aid programme aimed at saving the Amazon rainforest and preserving the culture of its people to meet the soaring cost of rebuilding Iraq.- Environmentalists fear the Government's decision to review its £16m contribution to the international community's efforts to protect Amazonia could lead to further ecological and cultural devastation.
  • Blair 'dishonest, shallow and cheap' in justifying Bush visit, says Cook - Mr Cook attacks Mr Blair for attributing the huge protests planned next week to "resurgent anti-Americanism". He says this is "a dishonest, shallow, cheap argument, not worthy of such a consummate communicator ... It is entirely possible to want warm relations with the American people while keeping a prudent distance from the foreign adventures of President Bush." - He urges the Prime Minister to revive Britain's self-respect by standing up to President Bush's foreign policy, notably by internationalising the political process in Iraq through the United Nations. If Downing Street's relationship with the Bush White House is to survive, he says, it must evolve into a "two-way street".
  • MI6 ran 'dubious' Iraq campaign - British intelligence ran a campaign designed to exaggerate Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, a former US intelligence officer has claimed. - "They took this information and peddled it off to the media, internationally and domestically, allowing inaccurate intelligence data, to appear on the front pages.
  • Short blames Bush and Blair for Istanbul bomb - Clare Short blamed the bombings in Istanbul on mistakes made by George Bush and Tony Blair and attacked the Prime Minister as "messianic," right-wing and shallow.
  • Sweeping new emergency laws to counter UK terror - Sweeping measures to deal with terrorist attacks and other emergencies are to be announced this week, giving the Government power to over-ride civil liberties in times of crisis, and evacuate threatened areas, restrict people's movements and confiscate property. - TVNL Comment: Between this and the Patriot Act the US and the UK are positioning themselves to become instant dictatorships. This is absolutely frightening. It may be time for the citizens of these nations to arm themselves and prepare to fight for their existence.
  • Blair's show of unity wrecked as Chirac goes on offensive over Iraq - At their first formal summit since the conflict, a deliberate show of public unity was undermined when the French President declared that America's blueprint for Iraq would not hand over power to the Iraqis quickly enough and called for the United Nations to play a greater role in the country's reconstruction.
  • Soldiers in Iraq 'did not have WMD protection' - British forces went into battle in the Iraq war without protective equipment against weapons of mass destruction -- the very "threat" used by Tony Blair to justify joining the American-led invasion. - TVNL Comment: Why make them carry all that protection against something that was not there?
  • Anti-war MPs give Blair no respite over WMD hunt - Tony Blair's delight at the capture of Saddam Hussein was tempered yesterday when Labour MPs warned that it had not changed the fundamental flaws in the legal and moral case for the Iraq war.
  • So was it all worth it? - For Tony Blair, it was the year everything began to turn sour. The feeling grew that the nation had been duped into war, the Hutton inquiry was a potential time bomb, his most trusted lieutenants bailed out, top-up fees rankled and that lipstick moment at No 10 backfired. Then, on a winter evening, at a farm near Tikrit, his luck changed. Zoe Williams reviews the trajectory of the prime minister, war and other events of 2003
  • Short calls on Blair to resign - Clare Short has called on Tony Blair to resign because she says he deceived the British people over the Iraq war. - She said the intelligence agencies knew Saddam Hussein did not have weapons of mass destruction - the premise for the war.
  • Bishop attacks Blair as 'white vigilante' - One of Britain's most senior churchmen today accuses Tony Blair and George Bush of acting like "white vigilantes going into Brixton to stop drug dealing" in an outspoken attack on the war on Iraq. = Dr Wright says: "For Bush and Blair to go into Iraq together was like a bunch of white vigilantes going into Brixton to stop drug dealing. This is not to deny that there's a problem to be sorted, just that they are not credible people to do it."
  • Blair urged to show Hutton papers - Prime Minister Tony Blair has been urged to publish a late submission made by the government to the Hutton inquiry into the death of Dr David Kelly.
  • For Tony Blair, a new year delayed - Iraqi WMD and a tale of two leaks - Shift the setting to London, however, and we find Bush’s most vigilant wartime ally, Prime Minister Tony Blair, flailing around in a sea of Iraq-related troubles. - TVNL Comment: That is because the press in the UK is doing their job. They are asking the questions that need to be asked.
  • Tuition fees, Iraq and Kelly row could end it all for Blair - The Prime Minister was under fire on three fronts as Labour backbenchers also attacked his admission that weapons of mass destruction (WMD) may never be found in Iraq and the Tory leader Michael Howard accused him of having "something to hide" over Lord Hutton's report into the death of the government weapons expert David Kelly.
  • Spanish politician labels Blair an 'imbecile' on live television - Tony Blair has been called "a complete dickhead" by a leading Spanish politician live on television. The comment was made by Jose Bono, one of the three most powerful figures in the Socialist Party. His remarks were not intended to be heard, but were recorded by a television team while he was talking to Joaquin Almunia, a former Socialist leader.
  • Hutton: 48% think Blair lied - Poll reveals public pressure for resignation if PM criticised - The survey shows that almost half the voters - 48% - believe Mr Blair was lying when he said he had not authorised the leaking of David Kelly's name to the media.
  • UK faces Iraq war crimes claims - A panel of legal experts has called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate the British Government for war crimes committed during the war in Iraq. - After gathering evidence about the number of civilian casualties and the weapons used during the Iraq conflict, the panel of experts has concluded there is cause for the ICC in The Hague to investigate British Prime Minister Tony Blair and senior members of his Cabinet for crimes against humanity.
  • Blair sticks to Iraq WMD claim despite Kay quitting - British Prime Minister Tony Blair stands by his stance weapons of mass destruction (WMD) will eventually be found in Iraq, despite the top man hunting them saying they did not exist. - TVNL Comment: Blair was wearing red slippers while he clicked his heals together 3 times as he repeated the phrase “there are WMDs, there are WMDs”. Shortly after that Dick Cheney came out from behind the curtain only to say “we sure fooled you!”
  • Blair alone after Bush WMD move - Inquiry leaves PM facing climbdown - His action, which will pre-empt a possible inquiry by the US Congress, was coordinated with Tony Blair, who will face intense pressure to follow the White House's lead.
  • Blair 'unaware' of WMD threat - Tony Blair has said he was unaware the 45 minute claim over Iraq's WMD meant only battlefield weapons when he urged MPs to vote for war in March last year. - TVNL Comment: If this is true this is the most outrageous example of incompetent leadership in the history of England.
  • Howard calls for Blair to resign - Prime Minister Tony Blair should resign because he failed to ask "basic questions" on claims made in his Iraq dossier, says the Tory leader.
  • Britain spied on UN allies over war vote - Security Council members 'illegally targeted' by GCHQ after plea from US security agency - Britain helped America to conduct a secret and potentially illegal spying operation at the United Nations in the run-up to the Iraq war, The Observer can reveal. - Translators and analysts at the Government's top-secret surveillance centre GCHQ were ordered to co-operate with an American espionage 'surge' on Security Council delegations after a request from the US National Security Agency at the end of January 2003. This was designed to help smooth the way for a second UN resolution authorising war in Iraq.
  • 'Kelly was Murdered' Says UK Intelligence Insider - Shocking new details about the death of Dr David Kelly emerged exclusively today on the Alex Jones radio show. Michael Shrimpton, a UK national security lawyer who was a guest on the show, revealed that sources within MI5 and MI6 are `furious' that Kelly was murdered.
  • UK spies 'bugged UN's Kofi Annan' - British spies were bugging UN Secretary General Kofi Annan's office in the run up to the Iraq war, former UK cabinet minister Clare Short has claimed.
  • Army chiefs feared Iraq war illegal just days before start - Britain's Army chiefs refused to go to war in Iraq amid fears over its legality just days before the British and American bombing campaign was launched, The Observer can today reveal. - The explosive new details about military doubts over the legality of the invasion are detailed in unpublished legal documents in the case of Katharine Gun, the intelligence officer dramatically freed last week after Lord Goldsmith, the Attorney-General, dropped charges against her of breaking the Official Secrets Act.
  • Foster: I could ruin Blair - CONMAN Peter Foster says British Prime Minister Tony Blair could be forced to resign if sensitive information of his is published. - "We believe if this material was published the Prime Minister would have to resign," he said. "I will not be known as the man who brought down a Prime Minister.
  • Annan Summons British Envoy on Bugging Scandal - U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan has called the British ambassador to a meeting on Thursday after his spokesman said he wanted a fuller explanation of alleged British bugging of his office.
  • A truth too terrible to contemplate - To authorise the war, Goldsmith had to ignore new intelligence - A disturbing question in the whole affair is why Jack Straw, the foreign secretary, apparently dismissed the view of his own independent legal advisers, preferring to adopt the attorney's more comfortable, pro-war, approach. - More disturbing is that the advice of the attorney became more pro-war precisely at the time new intelligence came in saying that Saddam's WMD programme was not nearly as advanced as the government's September 2002 dossier claimed. Moreover, it suggested Iraq did not pose any threat, let alone an imminent one, to Britain or the US. It is inconceivable, sources say, that Goldsmith did not see this new intelligence.
  • Tony Blair was 'intimate' with my girlfriend: Foster - Asked why anyone should believe the revelations of the slimming tea promoter who had been jailed in the UK, the US and Australia, Foster said: "I was there, I am an eyewitness to what happened and Tony Blair knows that I know the truth." - He said: "The heart of my book is the extraordinary influence that Carole has over Tony.
  • War chief reveals legal crisis - Admiral Sir Michael Boyce, who led Britain's forces to war in Iraq last year, has dramatically broken his silence about the legal crisis which engulfed the Government on the eve of battle. - Boyce demanded an unambiguous, one-line note from the Attorney-General saying the war was legal to ensure military chiefs and their soldiers would not be 'put through the mill' at the International Criminal Court.
  • Bush and Blair made secret pact for Iraq war - ·President George Bush first asked Tony Blair to support the removal of Saddam Hussein from power at a private White House dinner nine days after the terror attacks of 11 September, 2001. - Decision came nine days after 9/11 - · Ex-ambassador reveals discussion - But the implications for Blair may be still more explosive. The discussion implies that, even before the bombing of Afghanistan, Blair already knew that the US intended to attack Saddam next, although he continued to insist in public that 'no decisions had been taken' until almost the moment that the invasion began in March 2003.  - This reveals how, during the summer of 2002, when Blair and his closest advisers were mounting an intense diplomatic campaign to persuade Bush to agree to seek United Nations support over Iraq, and promising British support for military action in return, Blair apparently concealed his actions from his Cabinet. - TVNL Comment: Why, in the wake of 9/11, was Iraq an issue at all?
  • Blair faces 'war crimes' accusation - Rebel MP George Galloway has outlined plans to attempt to prosecute Prime Minister Tony Blair and two leading Government figures for war crimes. - Speaking at a press conference in London, Mr Galloway said: "We intend to table parliamentary questions and also write to the Attorney General to seek his permission, as we require, to begin a private prosecution against Mr Blair, Mr (Geoff) Hoon (Defence Secretary) and Mr (Adam) Ingram (Armed Forces Minister) for war crimes and the torture, which has been going on for more than a year."

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