Tony Blair's second appearance before Sir John Chilcot's inquiry into the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
The former prime minister is questioned on the advice he received from the former Attorney General on the legality of the war, the private correspondence between him and President Bush, and the amount of planning that went into the aftermath of the war. He also talks about the threat he believe is posed by Iran's nuclear programme.
Coverage from the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster is presented by Victoria Derbyshire, with analysis from 5 live's chief political correspondent John Pienaar.
Plus breaking news on the resignation of Andy Coulson, David Cameron's communications director, with reaction from Times columnist Daniel Finkelstein and former deputy prime minister John Prescott.
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