london - The left-wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn Wednesday in the British parliament as opposition leader his counterpart in Labour Tony Blair criticized over Iraq policy. Corbyn was then already fierce opponent of 'military aggression' against Iraq, which was committed under the leadership of the US in 2003. London did under the leadership of Labour Prime Minister Blair enthusiastically participated in the invasion.
Corbyn argued Wednesday the word following the publication of the investigation by Sir John Chilcot on Iraq policy. It turned a damning report. Corbyn gladly gone a step further. He stressed that,, the war shows like Chilcot, was not a last resort to force Iraq to disarm, but an illegal act of military aggression under false pretenses. '
It is claimed Corbyn time that the country adopt a more open and independent attitude towards the US and that foreign policy is aimed at maintaining international law.
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Within Labour is currently a battle going on. The supporters Corbyn makes this the opponents for 'Blairists.