The Daily Mail leads with the campaign to strip former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair of his knighthood, saying it has been boosted by “devestating” allegations from his own defence secretary. Geoff Hoon says he was ordered by Downing Street to burn a secret memo that said the 2003 invasion of Iraq could be illegal, according to the paper. When the claim emerged in 2015, Sir Tony said it was “nonsense”.
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