Twenty-five MP's don't seem enough, Labour MP's probably won't back it unless they know it will succeed, Conservatives are happy that Blair is there. "If you enemy is making a mistake, don't disturb him" or however the line goes..
..leaves the Lib/Dems and any green or whatever they have kicking-about.
PY has a point. In any case, any impeachment is likely to be a long-drawn out affair. I favour the Romanian method of dealing with dictators, a la Caecescu, which would have the added advantage of sorting out the Wide-Mouthed Frog at the same time.
Blasting off from a foundation of toadying to DC as PM and off the back of other mens wounds on to a grace and favor diplomatic appointment and from there its onwards and upwards towards being a minor oligarch with rolodex full of shady contacts. The man has all the false piety and warped moral instincts of a renaissance Pope.
It was the certainty that British Soldiers would be killed that led me to be opposed to the invasion of Iraq before it started. It was always really about the oil and I despaired that our troops were going to be sacrificed because of the duplicity of Bushes poodle, Blair.
My comment was directed at the resurrection of a seven year old thread, the fact that Blair has not been PM for several years now and the news article is about Libya, not the Iraqi war. The thread is not even topical to that article.