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There are real questions to ask about the fundamental problems of the Government’s pandemic response.
A first-time voter in 2022 will have been born in 2004, a year after the start of the conflict, and have no memory of weapons of mass destruction…
Local forces are always going to trump the good intentions of foreign governments. Iraq is an object lesson in the high price of naïveté.
By delaying the result until September, the Party Board believes it is a good idea for the United Kingdom to drift, rudderless, for another two months. Crisis, what crisis, eh?
In learning the consequences of poorly-planned action, we must not fall into the trap of thinking inaction is cost-free.
The Blair “demon eyes” poster devised by the Tories for the 1997 general election campaign, and reproduced here, failed because it came too soon.
Corbyn refrained from mentioning Blair, but instead praised Cook for putting the case against the Iraq War.
“We do not agree that hindsight is required.”
How the backlash from Labour’s failure to protect our armed forces adequately led to a new Military Covenant.