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We're one crucial step closer to seeing Tony Blair at The Hague
Desmond Tutu has helped us see the true nature of what the former prime minister did to Iraq and increased pressure for a prosecution
When Desmond Tutu wrote that Tony Blair should be treading the path to The Hague, he de-normalised what Blair has done. Tutu broke the protocol of power – the implicit accord between those who flit from one grand meeting to another – and named his crime. I expect that Blair will never recover from it.
It may be that George Monbiot is being overly optimistic about the effect of Mr Tutu's utterances on Blair but it must at a minimum I would have thought made Blair's attempt at rehabilitation (at the upcoming Labour Annual Conference?) that much more difficult.
The effect of this heat on Blair in relation to the death of Dr Kelly may only be marginal. But the lies about going to war with Iraq and the avoidance of an inquest into the suspicious death of David Kelly are issues that aren't going away.