James Forsyth James Forsyth

Jeremy Corbyn refuses to mention Tony Blair in his Commons statement on Chilcot

As the House debated the Chilcot report, it was hard not to look round the Chamber and reflect how many MPs were not members when the Commons voted on whether to commit British forces to the conflict in Iraq. But the two party leaders were there then. David Cameron voted for the war, Jeremy Corbyn did not.

Cameron took the House through the Chilcot report’s conclusions in a measured, non-partisan way.

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