Peace campaigners will mark the 10-year anniversary of Britain's biggest ever demonstration next month with a series of events designed to re-energise their efforts.
Around two million people flooded London's streets to campaign against Britain's involvement in the Iraq war in February 2003.
Despite the rally, which politicised a new generation of people, Tony Blair took Britain to war.
Exactly a decade later tensions in the Middle East are at breaking point and British troops remain in Afghanistan.
Now anti-war campaigners are to hold a major conference that aims to "confront war 10 years on."
Stop the War coalition convenor Lindsey German said: "The British government has learnt nothing from the war in Iraq.
"As millions around the world predicted, the war on terror has caused catastrophe from Afghanistan and Pakistan through Iraq and the Middle East to Libya, Somalia and beyond."
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