Corbyn-supporting Rayner mentioned Tony Blair in her speech.
"I ask people to put themselves in my shoes as Prime Minister..."
The devolved administration has for too long blamed Wales' woes on Westminster-imposed austerity.
The Labour leader avoided mentioning Tony Blair but said there must be "consequences" for those who misled parliament.
The Iraq inquiry turned out to be more damning than expected.
The Labour leader is focusing on the Brexit-voting areas of Britain.
Children are traumatised by the mess left by the invasion of Iraq.
A first look at this week's magazine.
Former PM sharply criticised for telling President Bush in July 2002 memo: "I will be with you, whatever".
The referendum did not ask the public whether they would choose any concrete alternative over staying in the EU.
The membership boost is, inevitably, being seen through the prism of the ongoing power struggle.
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