"As the Deputy Prime Minister in that Government I must express my fullest apology, especially to the families of the 179 men and women who gave their lives in the Iraq War
," Prescott wrote in the (http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/john-prescott-reveals-guilt-illegal-8387319) Sunday Mirror , accepting his share of blame while critiquing the Blair government.
Mr Blair, who was Labour leader between 1994 and 2007 and served 10 years as PM, was speaking to Emily Maitlis on the BBC's This Week's World in advance of the publication of the long-awaited Chilcot report next month into the Iraq War
Almost 12 percent of the 1,322 participants reported high levels of acute stress related to 9/11 and about 7 percent reported high levels of acute stress related to the Iraq War
The Iraq war
made Iran the regional power by default.
A senior lawmaker of then ruling Liberal Democratic Party said, ''Can we afford to allow Japan's alliance with the United States to be damaged by walking away (from the Iraq war
) when Japan is facing a threat from North Korea?''
Enloe pulls these women from the shadows into the public eye, enabling readers to recognize and address the "remasculinization and deepening patriarchy" that is following the Iraq war
This was the rally against the Iraq war
on the 15th of February 2003.
Actually, Vaught, an Iraq War
veteran and vice chair of the House Defense and Veterans Affairs Committee, has a small part in the film, which incorporates many Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.
Israel in the second Iraq War
; the influence of Likud.
NEW YORK: They conjured box office magic with their "Bourne" spy movies, but Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass risk their reputation as sure-fire hitmakers when the Iraq war
thriller "Green Zone" debuts on Friday.
THE Labour Government has imposed a list of protocols on the Chilcot Iraq War
Inquiry, apparently limiting what the inquiry can reveal to the public.
The downside of being a famous orator like Mr Blair is that any rubbish you talk is remembered more forcibly than the good stuff and I heard him address the House of Commons in support of the Iraq war
saying: "I believe with every fibre of my being that weapons of mass destruction exist in Iraq which could be deployed against neighbouring countries and the west within a few days."