Opponents of the war have published a list of 63 questions Tony Blair must answer in his testimony to the Iraq inquiry. Read them here.
Former prime minister Tony Blair arrives at the Iraq inquiry - before the anti-war protest begins - to give evidence to Sir John Chilcot's committee.
Listen to demonstrators outside the Iraq inquiry give their views on Tony Blair's involvement in the 2003 invasion.
Watch a live video feed of the Iraq inquiry on politics.co.uk.
Evangelical zeal, war bating and incessant hand gestures: Tony Blair is back.
Analysis: Undimmed Blair shines no light on Iraq
Several key points emerged from Tony Blair's day-long testimony to the Iraq inquiry. <i>politics.co.uk</i> looks at what we learned.
Analysts will be peering inside the swirl of rhetoric and symbolism surrounding London's Afghanistan conference to grasp its real significance. They're missing the point.
Watch British soldiers insist they are having fun in Afghanistan in this Ministry of Defence video.
Iraq inquiry: Weird things we've learned
Watching diplomats at work is much harder than it sounds.
Harriet Harman takes on William Hague in this week's prime minister's questions.
It's not Policy Exchange's fault the Conservatives like their policies. They're a centre-right thinktank. They can't help it.
Harman and Hague try to decide which of them was least keen on the banks all those years ago.
Tony Blair appears in front of the Iraq inquiry this week, as he finally answers criticism of the war.
Keep track of Gordon Brown's monthly press conference with politics.co.uk's minute-by-minute coverage.
Brown's appearance at the Iraq inquiry sees him finally break his silence on the subject. But can it damage him?
Catch up with this morning's questions put to Conservative leader David Cameron.
Sketch: Brown's not broken
The looming demise of Corus' steelmaking plant is dominating politics on Teesside - and helping raise hopes of an improbable Tory gain.
Politics may be moving into the digital age, but can serious political debate really take place in just 140 characters?
Follow this week's PMQs with politics.co.uk's live blow-by-blow coverage.
Mike Hancock, chairman of parliament's all-party group on Russia, gives his take on the need to "engage" with Moscow.
William Hague's trip to Moscow lays the groundwork for what both sides hope could be an upturn in distinctly frosty relations between Britain and Russia.