Oliver Kamm, today, on Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy and other spokesmen of that party: (emphasis mine)
Oliver Kamm, in April, on Chris Bertram's question of whether, `there is any development in Iraq that Hitchens wouldn't use as confirming evidence for his worldview and which wouldn't then be cited in this way by pro-war bloggers!': (emphasis mine)
Of course I speak only for myself. There is no development that would cause me to conclude I was wrong to support war. It's not that type of issue.
The reason it was so important that we invade Iraq and topple Saddam was -- just as Tony Blair said -- weapons of mass destruction: not because Saddam had them, but because he didn't have them (at least in the form in which they were strategically usable) and wanted them.