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Author: Isaac Sutton

Historic legal ruling

An extraordinary event occurred recently which could end Britain’s involvement in war. In a remarkable legal judgement 1 on the definition of terrorism, the UK Supreme Court ruled that the military activities of the British Government are terrorism: “the legislation does not exempt, nor...

 Blair’s tragically flawed mission to rebuild shattered terror state

Blair decided he wanted to go to Afghanistan without consulting top brass. Announcement was out of the blue to military chiefs and Defence Secretary. From the outset, the mission was flawed – but the military supported PM Without consulting...