Tony Blair Faces Inquiry, Again

Friday, January 21, 2011

Former prime minister, Tony Blair, is the again a subject of an inquiry into the British involvement in the Iraq war. Blair has been called back to defend his decision to keep secret the division within the British government concerning the legality of entering the war. Blair pledged his country's support to George W. Bush early on, but says he stressed his desire to work with the United Nations. The BBC's Rob Watson has the latest.


Robert Watson

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