Corbyn still ready to call for trial of Tony Blair over the 2003 Iraq invasion

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British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn had said in the past that “If [Tony Blair has] committed a war crime, yes. Everyone who's committed a war crime should be [charged].”

The known as Chilcot inquiry into the involvement of the British government in the 2003 US-led Iraq invasion will be released on 6 July and it reportedly accuses the former British Prime Minister of many wrongdoings


Leader of the British Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, is willing to call for a potential trial of Tony Blair into his role at the UK involvement in the 2003 Iraq invasion, led by the United States.

It is well known that Corbyn is convinced that the Iraq War was illegal and he once said that Blair needs to answer to the people, why he decided to involve Britain in the invasion. Moreover, Corbyn said, before being elected as the new President of the British opposition, that if the former PM, who b...


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