The Chilcot Inquiry has unveiled seven years of findings on Tony Blair's decision to back the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Weapons of mass destruction that were never found, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis killed in a bitter civil war, as well as 179 UK servicemen and women, and a political vacuum that allowed the forefathers of ISIS to thrive. We look at the report's damning conclusions, how it's scarred Britain, and what it means for the UK’s role on the world stage.
Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Chris DAVIS.
Founding Member, Stop the War Coalition
Manuel LAFONT RAPNOUIL
Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations
Senior Correspondent, France 24
Member, Labour Party