Interesting email arrived on the ImpeachBlair mailing list on Wednesday, and I quote:
We apologise if you have experienced difficulties visiting the www.ImpeachBlair.org website. It was removed yesterday without warning by the hosting company.
We have now re-hosted the site under the domain www.ImpeachBlair.net and are working to get contol of our original .org domain. You can now visit the site by going to www.ImpeachBlair.net.
Although out mailing list is almost intact, our database of petition signatories was deleted along with the site, so will you please sign our online petition again by going to www.ImpeachBlair.net/form.shtml
All seems to be back in order with their website now. www.ImpeachBlair.org (or .net) has a lot of background material on the push for impeachment proceedings against Blair on the basis of "gross misconduct" in his advocacy of the grounds for war against Iraq. There's an online petition to sign, and the booklet A Case to Answer, a "first report on the potential impeachment of the Prime Minister for High Crimes and Misdemeanours in relation to the invasion of Iraq" can be downloaded (107 pages, 316K PDF).
Still no real explanation of why the website was pulled on Wednesday. As for the parliamentary debate, I'll keep an eye out for when it is on.
This is what I had to say on August 26 about the impeachment. And while we're at it, here is an interview with Blair in the Oxford University student magazine Isis featuring an even daggier 70s photo of Blair.