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
Scottish football: The administrator of Ukio Bankas says he has "no reason or desire to harm Hearts" after a court in Lithuania upheld a decision to liquidate the bank.
Cricket: England captain Alastair Cook said today that team-mate Joe Root suffered no lasting effects after allegedly being punched by Australia's David Warner.
Scottish football: A glum Jim Ballantyne admitted that the Scottish Football League has been subjected to a "takeover" following today's historic vote at Hampden Park.
Tennis: It was a bad day for British tennis today as Heather Watson, Laura Robson and Johanna Konta all crashed out of the Aegon Classic in Edgbaston.
Scottish sports comment: “We're on the march with Gordon’s Army … and we’ll really shake them up when we win the World Cup…”
Football exclusive: Anti-homophobia campaigners expressed fears over the safety of LGBT fans at the 2018 World Cup after Russia’s lower house passed a bill today stigmatising the gay community.
Football: Jose Mourinho described himself as “the happy one” as he confirmed his return as Chelsea manager today — though you wouldn’t have known it from his serious demeanour when speaking to the world’s media.
Boxing: The Copper Box arena, home of the London 2012 Olympic handball competition, is to host top-flight boxing matches.
Cricket: Matthew Maynard says he was left “broken” by his son Tom’s death and is angered by the focus on his drug use.