Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a Nobel Peace Prize winner, and his suggestion that ex-President George W. Bush and former Prime Minister Tony Blair be prosecuted at the International Court for war crimes is an attractive proposition to many. But is it likely to get much traction at Westminster?
For one thing, only the Liberal Democrats opposed the invasion of Iraq.
Tutu backed out of a South African conference on leadership last week because Blair was taking part, reportedly for a fee of £180,000. (Tutu had agreed to speak without a fee.)
He has not got a chance in hell of Blair or Bush being charged! The fool!