As anyone who follows current affairs will know, former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, will face questioning at the Iraq Inquiry tomorrow.
Many people were unhappy about how easily and quickly our troops were sent to Iraq.
As you know, the Government claimed that there was a threat of weapons of mass destruction being used against the UK, none of which were found after the invasion.
Even pose your own questions
38 Degrees, a non-political campaign organisation, are urging those concerned about why and how the UK went to war with Iraq, to sign a petition demanding tough questions are asked of Tony Blair – you even get a chance to add your own questions if you fancy it.
So far over 13,000 people have signed the petition and added their own tough questions, such as …
- When did you promise George Bush you’d back an invasion?
- When did you really realise Saddam Hussein probably didn’t have WMD?
- Did you cover up advice that the war might be illegal?
- Why did you ignore the anti-war protests by the British
How to do it
If you want to add your name or question to the campaign, head over to 38Degrees and sign the petition.
Thanks to VB reader, Peter, for sharing this with our readers.
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