Sir John Chilcot's statement, just delivered, was starker than the report itself in its criticism of the Iraq War.
Tony Blair told US President George W Bush "I will be with you, whatever" eight months before parliament approved the invasion of Iraq, the Chilcot inquiry has found.
The Prime Minister says he wants to stamp out an "industry trying to profit" from baseless claims against serving military personnel and veterans.
The UK security services are examining an Islamic State murder video featuring a man and a young boy with British accents.
The attacks in France dominated the headlines, while the media were accused of ignoring other victims of the so-called Islamic State's global campaign of terror.
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says government forces are planning to liberate Mosul, the group's last stronghold in Iraq, after taking control of Ramadi from the insurgents.
Iraq's armed forces say they have fought their way to the centre of Ramadi, where Islamic State militants are holed up.
In 1998 Tony Benn spoke passionately against bombing Iraq. In 2015, his son Hilary's rousing speech to MPs backed bombing raids over Syria. On both occasions Jeremy Corbyn was sitting near by.
Channel 4 News has seen records showing the Ministry of Defence has paid out less than a million pounds to the families of some 360 civilian casualties - they're just the ones who've come forward.