Leeds Coalition Against the War meeting on Chilcot Inquiry

From Leeds Coalition Against the War:

Public Meeting – The Chilcot Report: What now?

Friday 22 July 6pm

University of Leeds Business School Lecture Theatre G02, Maurice Keyworth Building,Moorland Road (west side of Clarendon Road), University of Leeds, LS6 1AN

Speakers: Peter Brierley (father of Lance Corporal Shaun Brierley, one of the first to die in Iraq)

and Professor Paul Rogers (Peace Studies, University of Bradford).

Organised by:  Leeds Coalition Against the War- all welcome

There is a growing demand that Tony Blair should face a motion of contempt in the House of Commons over the 2003 invasion of Iraq, which the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has said he would probably support.

What does the Chilcot Report mean for the Stop the War movement? How can we build a movement capable of stopping current and future interventions abroad?

Background reading: Chilcot report – Tony Blair should be put in the dock over Iraq war

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