Monthly Archives: August 2015

Chilcot and the Iraq War Inquiry | Iraq Body Count

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FROM IRAQ BODY COUNT – 26 AUGUST 2015 For Chilcot and the Iraq War Inquiry, Iraq remains one giant unmarked grave of unknown size When will the UK take a real interest in Iraqi casualties? Exactly six … Continue reading

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Corbyn opens a debate we need to have | Bulent Gokay

(Independent,  Monday 24 August 2015) The latest attack on Jeremy Corbyn’s candidacy comes from Chris Leslie, Labour’s shadow Chancellor, who has appealed to party members “to look at the small print and make sure they are making an informed choice … Continue reading

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