At two million words, Sir John Chilcot describes the size of his Iraq inquiry report as 'considerable'
Former UK prime minister will campaign for stronger laws to combat extremism and to make Holocaust denial a criminal offence
Middle East correspondents wonder why 'war criminal' became a peace envoy in the first place
Don't call her a Blairite, but Liz Kendall wants to reconnect Labour with aspirational centre-ground voters
Former PM's support for Miliband is seen as a double-edged sword - though he might tempt 'soft Tories'
Why Miliband might be ‘cautious’ about accepting Blair’s offer to do ‘whatever the party wants’ to help it win
Outcry from MPs as publication of the Iraq war inquiry is delayed until after the general election
Former prime minister greeted with a standing ovation at closed-door Republican strategy meeting
Thanks for nothing: Blair and Brown between them lost 5m Labour supporters before Miliband took over
Ed Miliband’s brother David would also be expected to tell what he knows about any UK complicity
From 'weedy and square' comprehensive school pupil to opposition leader. Will Ed be the next PM?
Jury hears of plot similar to the 2008 Mumbai terror attack that left 160 people dead
Sex Pistols frontman Johnny Rotten surprises John Humphrys with sausage quip on BBC Radio 4 Today
The unknown French manager walked into Highbury on this day in 1996 - lots has changed since then
Former PM joins calls for UK to consider deploying the army to fight Islamic State
GQ names Tony Blair philanthropist of the year but it's not the first controversial prize to be awarded
Can 'coalition of the willing' come together to deal with Islamic State? Not if Cameron can help it
Tabloids and Labour MPs ask why PM is leaving for Cornwall if Islamic State is such a monstrous threat
What happened to the 'monstrous threat' rhetoric? Does tackling IS not pass the 'family friendly' test?
Shadow chancellor's bid to bury party's tax-and-spend reputation alienates some MPs and union bosses