Richard Lutz digests the first draft of history with the pubIication of the hardhitting Chilcot Inquiry report
Police renew calls to the public to help identify would-be terrorists.
Multi-ethnic approach to humanitarian crisis.
At least 21 people were killed today in a series of bomb blasts across Baghdad. RICHARD LUTZ reports on how this story will never end. And just never should be forgotten.
Reyhana Patel dares to raise the possibility that UK foreign policy may be the real issue that’s ignored when tackling extremism in the UK
Ikon Gallery Director Jonathan Watkins is preparing to open his most challenging exhibition to date – the official Iraqi Pavilion at the world renowned Venice Biennale.
Laurence Inman likes a good moan from time to time. He’s on form here.
Islamic Relief says the international response to the crisis has been ‘woefully inadequate’ and highlights the ‘chaotic conditions’ and ‘immense suffering’ in makeshift camps
The annual Super Bowl is gone. But it summons up images that America wants to ignore, says Richard Lutz
Robin Clarke has been watching the news unfold over the last few days and smells the stink of hypocrisy.
From Richard Lutz Britain says torture is illegal. And continually and stridently has it said that. So there is no way that Tony Blair’s administration has ever kidnapped a man, his wife and his children, forced them onto a dark plane, flown them halfway round the globe, offered them up to a murderous tyrant and…
According to its website the British National Party (BNP) is to pay Birmingham a visit on Sunday, October 7th, in its guise as the “British Veterans’ Group”.
The German Marshall Fund has recently released its eleventh Transatlantic Trends survey. It charts US and European public opinion on a range of transatlantic issues, including foreign policy challenges, support for NATO, the economy, and the rise of other world powers.
The democratisation of Iraq will be the focus of a free-to-attend seminar in Coventry next week as two key personalities from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) visit the city to discuss the issues and challenges faced by the country.
Andy Goff remembers the lies behind the invasion of Iraq and ponders on the “mission accomplished”
The Royal British Legion are appealing for poppy-selling volunteers.
“In the face of failure war leaders never hesitate to invent new aims to justify keeping the war going,” reckons Alan Clawley
Dave Woodhall pays tribute to two men who died over the weekend
LibDem councillor apologises to Respect Party councillor