Nothing will bring back the hundreds of British soldiers killed fighting in Iraq at Tony Blair's behest.
Under a modicum of scrutiny the PM's international 'achievements' quickly unravel
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP: A last-minute debut penalty by David Unsworth helped Sheffield United go top of the Championship, after coming from behind to beat Coventry at Bramall Lane yesterday.
SPL ROUND-UP: A Hat-trick from Hibs substitute Ivan Sproule on Saturday saw Rangers crumble in front of their own fans, allowing Hearts, still with a 100 per cent record, to move six points clear of Alex McLeish's men.
HULL FC will appear in only their third Challenge Cup final when they line up against favourites Leeds Rhinos at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff this afternoon.
FARRINGDON takes a look at this weekend's racing action.
PREMIERSHIP PREVIEW: Second-placed Tottenham have doubts over the fitness of Anthony Gardner and Teemu Tainio, while Ledley King, Noe Pamarot, Sean Davis and Wayne Routledge are definitely out for the visit of the Premiership champions Chelsea to White Hart Lane today.
ASHES: Andrew Flintoff reached his maiden Ashes century, as England amassed a commanding first innings total in the crucial fourth Test at Trent Bridge yesterday.
CRYSTAL PALACE boss Iain Dowie is not expecting a repeat of his side's last meeting with Stoke as they look to take points off them today.
CZECH REPUBLIC GP: Reigning MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi claimed provisional pole position for tomorrow's Czech Republic Grand Prix at Brno yesterday, despite suffering a crash in practice.
UEFA CUP DRAW: Bolton's first foray into European football will be against Bulgarian side Lokomotiv Plovdiv, a club whose links to organised crime were brutally highlighted by the assassination of their owner on Thursday night.