Tony Blair's essay 'Iraq, Syria and the Middle East' rejects claims that invading Iraq in 2003 is linked to current violent insurgency.
The Imperial War Museum has opened two new contemporary war photography exhibitions focusing on the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A new Imperial War Museum exhibition features images taken by award-winning photographer Sean Smith during his time in Iraq.
Boris on Blair asked: how mad is he? "That's not for me to say" @itvlondon
London mayor Boris Johnson tries to row back his attack on Tony Blair's mental state, describing it as a "colourful metaphor." @itvlondon
Boris Johnson has launched a pointed personal attack on former prime minister Tony Blair over his claims that the current conflict in Iraq is not linked to the West's 2003 invasion.
In his Daily Telegraph column, Mr Johnson said Mr Blair had "finally gone mad" and his "unhinged" attempt to rewrite history is undermining arguments for Western intervention in Iraq.
"In discussing the disaster of modern Iraq he made assertions that are so jaw-droppingly and breathtakingly at variance with reality that he surely needs professional psychiatric help," the London Mayor added.
He said that by refusing to accept that the 2003 war was "a tragic mistake", "Blair is now undermining the very cause he advocates: the possibility of serious and effective intervention.
"Somebody needs to get on to Tony Blair and tell him to put a sock in it, or at least to accept the reality of the disaster he helped to engender. Then he might be worth hearing," Mr Johnson concluded.
There are growing concerns over the health of five London women and one man who've been on hunger strike for 10 weeks. They've been staging a protest outside the American Embassy after 52 people in a camp were allegedly killed by Iraqi security forces.
They say they're willing to die for their cause. Ria Chatterjee went to meet them.