Blair faces critics from pulpit and public as Britain remembers Iraq

Williams criticised the “invisible enemies – letting ends justify means, letting others rather than oneself carry the cost, denying the difficulties or the failures so as to present a good public face” – that had menaced those involved in the conflict.

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“I believe Tony Blair is a war criminal. I can’t bear to be in the same room as him … I believe he’s got the blood of my son and all of the other men and women who died out there on his hands.”

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