Last Thursday, 20th March, was the 5 year anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. To mark the occasion, Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords tabled a bill demanding that an inquiry into the war begins before the next session of parliament. On Thursday morning, a group of concerned parliamentarians gathered in Old Palace Green to draw attention to the bill and the ongoing disquiet in this country with the war. Lord McNally, Leader of the Liberal Democrats and Ed Davey MP, spokesperson for Foreign Affairs both addressed the crowd to point out the cost of the war so far. Five full years on from the start of the war, we still don’t know the real reasons for it. Since then, millions of people across the world have marched and protested against the war and it is important that the government is not allowed to forget this.