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Topic: Tony Blair

Blair’s Iraq War created the precedent that allows Cameron and co to get away with doing nothing

The Royal Prerogative was, in effect, abolished on the basis of a PR campaign that required Parliamentary consent to establish legitimacy for going to war, and Iraqi minorities are paying the price

Tony Blair’s alliance with China and Russia is as immoral as it is naive

We cannot fight Islamism by siding with the forces of oppression

Experts at Vatican workshop call for end of weapons flow to Syria

Recommendations will be offered to those taking part in ‘Geneva 2′ peace talks

Vatican invites Tony Blair to peace talks on Syria

Mr Blair is among key political experts invited by the Vatican for a meeting aimed at promoting peace in Syria

London Oratory ordered to change admissions policy

Decision follows complaint by humanist organisation

The government regularly bungles religious issues, so how can it deal effectively with Islamic extremism?

Cosying up to Saudi Arabia is just one example of the hypocrisy at the heart of David Cameron’s pluralist position

The Irish famine was an unnatural disaster

Historian Tim Pat Coogan considers who was responsible for abandoning countless starving, ragged families to the Great Irish Famine

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor: ‘I thought of being called Benedict if elected pope’

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor tells Luke Coppen about his hopes for unity and the joy of choosing a pope

Morning Catholic must-reads: 24/07/12

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

A surprising number think that because of his beliefs Tony Blair should have been denied entry into the Church: But wouldn’t that mean a lot of expulsions?

Nobody sincerely wanting to become a Catholic should ever be refused: their reasons are between themselves and God