Outcry from MPs as publication of the Iraq war inquiry is delayed until after the general election
Blindfolds and threats were used, says Al-Sweady inquiry, but allegations of murder and torture were 'deliberate lies'
Former PM joins calls for UK to consider deploying the army to fight Islamic State
Chilcot Inquiry into Britain’s role in Iraq War is to publish its report. Can PM make it work for him?
Inquiry into Britain's role in Iraq War is condemned as a 'whitewash' as private messages suppressed
Tentative Labour leader wants a 'UN moment' before any military move but is highly unlikely to get it
But the potentially explosive letters between Blair and Bush look set to stay private, despite Cameron's wishes
How did we fall for it? Why were the sceptics ignored? And is it about to happen all over again in Syria?
New analysis by Financial Times shows scale of profits made by contractors during conflict
The JIC was once known for the highest standards of accuracy and detailed analysis. What made it bow to Blair's wishes?
It’s 10 years since day of protest when public instinct should have been trusted over political expediency
Beware Britain's military-media complex, always ready to blow the trumpet for the next war
Brendan Marrocco, who lost all four limbs in bomb blast, has undergone the most complex arm transplant ever
The campaign that has cost the Army 439 lives in Afghanistan was never endorsed by MPs
Blair's followers want him to help Ed Miliband win next election. But shadow of Iraq won't go away
Satirist comes up with classic tweet - but it doesn't explain why he accepted an OBE
No veteran of the Falklands has ever commanded the army. Their absence has been dangerous for our Afghan and Iraqi operations
He was once called the member for Baghdad East – he now risks being labeled the MP for Kabul East
Active service for young soldiers, gongs for the generals: no wonder the Army is slow to get out
Far from triumphant, the US withdrawal from Iraq signals its dwindling influence in the region