So what do YOU think of the news that the UK government could be facing the prospect of a Commons defeat if it refuses to hold a wide-ranging inquiry into the Iraq war and its aftermath?
The Conservatives say they might vote with the vehemently left wing Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru, who have tabled a motion backing a "parliamentary investigation!. Tuesday's debate will be the first full Commons debate on Iraq since July 2004.
From my point of view, it shows the moral bankruptcy that lies, and lies, at the heart of contemporary British politics. The SNP and Plaid Cymru are both sick political jokes, with their petty little nationalism driving their every move. For the Conservatives to even consider supporting such a ragbag collective shows the sorry state of that Party, led by uberliberal David Cameron.
We do NOT need "a wide-ranging enquiry" into the decision to liberate Iraq and cage Saddam and his terror-supporting regime. Britain did the RIGHT thing by supporting the US led invasion, and my ONLY criticism is that we did not allow our military to overwhelmingly destroy the enemy - but then again, that was because we listened to liberals.
The anti-US hard left, of which the SNP and CP are key members, cannot countenance the fact that we went to war with the States to remove a tyrant. They opposed this decision long before it was taken. So what? Who cares what they think - unless you are a complete moonbat. But when the Conservatives line up to support such lunacy, I think we can conclude that they have well and truly lost the plot - and are now arguing for the de facto retention of Saddam and his genocidal regime. Sad, isn't it?