With Blair still holding up the publication of Chilcot's report, attempting desperately to suppress evidence that he had already agreed to invade before a vote in Parliament, before the report of the weapons inspectors and before any vote at the UN, his co-conspirators are either attempting to reinvent themselves or are fading gently from the public eye. Many on the fringes of the Iraq debacle, such as Balls, have found a new place in Miliband's shambles.
The usual caveat applies - our lads were fantastic, and neither they nor the generals can be held to blame for the way in which they were abused and misused by a criminal government.
Under heavy police protection, he pursues a fantasy statesman job as the most ineffective peace envoy in history whilst his wife amasses a multi-million property empire. Wisely spends as little time in the UK as possible and dare not appear in public. Even the BBC now shun him - avoiding any close up shots that include him in the line-up of former PMs at the Cenotaph.
Defence secretary in charge of MI6 who first heard of Alastair Campbell's made-up 45 minute claim when he read it in Downing Street's fantasy dossier. Exposed as a liar, fraud and a cheat and forced out of Parliament, he founded a defence business consultancy, Taylor and Hoon, and now sits on the board of military helicopter manufacturer Agusta Westland.
Blair's Foreign Secretary, still sits in Parliament for Blackburn but will leave after this term. Admitted to Chilcot that he could have stopped the war if he wanted to - but his compliance did him little good; William Rees-Mogg claimed in the Times that Straw was removed from office in 2006 at the request of the Bush administration for failing to support the bombing of Iran.
Blair's former pupil master, now 74, who held the senior Office of State during the war. Used the Official Secrets Act to block news of the cost of his interior decorating of the Lord Chancellor's flat at Westminster. A friend of the Scotch Whisky industry.
Author of the fantasy war dossier, he also admitted that on learning that Dr Kelly had spoken to the BBC, Campbell had then decided, in his own words, to use this fact to "fuck Gilligan". The exposure led to Dr Kelly's death. Has attempted to reinvent himself as a media personality in the US fashion, after admitting widely to mental illness and alcoholism, but is the only Top Gear guest to have been booed by the audience.