The BBC and other mainstream media are highly unlikely to cover it, but Tony Blair could face prosecution for crimes of international aggression – war crimes to you and me – after all.
Sky apparently considers the matter unimportant:
Compared to the important things on the agenda Grenfell Brexit N Korea Austerity etc such futile grandstanding doesn't rate highly https://t.co/hskjE4321n
— Adam Boulton (@adamboultonSKY) July 5, 2017
You have to wonder whether Mr Boulton would be quite so relaxed about it if he were the one facing possible prosecution.
As the RT television station reports, private action is before a UK court to lift Blair’s immunity so that he can face prosecution based on the findings of the Chilcot Inquiry, which held that Blair’s military action in Iraq was not an action of last resort:
It is to be hoped that Blair will be held accountable for his actions and decisions at last.
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