Here's the evidence that Tony Blair lied to us about an illegal war in which 179 UK soldiers and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis died.
From time to time, unequivocal evidence reaches us that war is about killing as well as dying, and that our soldiers are not necessarily the most exemplary specimens of humanity after all.
Who best served the two flames burning in the human heart: the flame of anger against injustice, and the flame of hope you can build a better world? Tony Blair? Or Tony Benn?
Isis has fed off grievances that have remained unresolved since the British and US armies rolled into Iraq in 2003.
The red poppy has been hijacked by jingoistic politicians using it to glorify and justify the current wars they are waging.
Blair's half-apology for Iraq follows a week after the leaking of the White House memo that proved his war crimes' guilt.
Peter Brierley, who made headlines when he snubbed Tony Blair over his son's death, joins protest against Hilary Benn MP.
While proclaiming love of freedom and democracy, the UK government is aiding and abetting repression, torture and slaughter of others.
Britain seems to be going through the preliminaries associated with one of its most cherished addictions: bombing.
The only solution to the dreadful civil war which has laid waste to Syria is a negotiated diplomatic end, says Andrew Murray.