A batch of Hillary Clinton emails concerning the United States and Iraq were leaked online Monday, just two days before the British probe into how that country got into the Iraq war is made public. WikiLeaks tweeted a link to its database of 1,258 Clinton emails Monday.
The British government will finally release the controversial Chilcot report on Wednesday, July 6, after several years of delays over concern about how its publication could damage UK-US relations. It is the million-word report is said to include details of private conversations between UK Prime Minister Tony Br and U.S. President George W. Bush in the run up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
London is buzzing with talk of legal action against Blair based on what might be revealed in the Chilcot report.
Senior figures from Labour and the Scottish National party are considering calls for legal action against Tony Blair if the former prime minister faces severe criticisms from the long-awaited inquiry into the war in Iraq. A number of MPs led by Alex Salmond are expected to use an ancient law to try to impeach the former prime minister when the Chilcot report comes out on Wednesday.