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post 05 February 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: what will Chilcot say about Tony Blair?

Tony Blair's reputation lies in the hands of the Chilcot Inquiry. What will it say about the man who took Britain to war in 2003?

post 04 February 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Whitehall took 13 months over Bush/Blair letters

If Sir Jeremy Heywood had taken one month to decide that the Bush/Blair exchanges could be published by the Chilcot team we would have the Iraq report by now.

article 04 February 2015 UK, Iraq
Sir John Chilcot tells MPs his long-awaited report on the Iraq war will be released as soon as possible and denies he was put under pressure to delay publication because of the election.
Sir John Chilcot: no pressure to delay Iraq report

Sir John Chilcot tells MPs his long-awaited report on the Iraq war will be released as soon as possible and denies he was put under pressure to delay publication because of the election.

video 04 February 2015 UK, Iraq

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Sir John Chilcot quizzed by MPs over Iraq report - video

Sir John Chilcot tells MPs on the foreign affairs committee his inquiry's report into the Iraq war will be published as soon as possible, but not before the election.

article 21 January 2015 UK, Iraq
Sir John Chilcot, the chairman of the inquiry into the Iraq war, provokes controversy after saying his report will not be published until after the May election - six years after he began his work (R)
The Chilcot inquiry 2009-15: why is it taking so long?

Sir John Chilcot, the chairman of the inquiry into the Iraq war, provokes controversy after saying his report will not be published until after the May election - six years after he began his work.

post 21 January 2015
Read more from Jon on Snowblog No Chilcot report on Iraq: absolutely no surprise

No one knows how to delay an urgent inquiry into serious misjudgments, mistakes, and misdoings, than the British 'system'.

post 16 January 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron: threat levels to Jewish community & police

Prime Minister David Cameron confirms that raising the threat level for the Jewish community would mean stepping up police patrols.

post 13 January 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Blair's warning over on-the-runs: peace process 'still fragile'

Tony Blair agrees, after several months, to give evidence to the Northern Ireland select committee over "on the run" letters sent to dozens of people.

post 05 January 2015
Read more from Jon on Snowblog Time to end the special UK 'military relationship' with America?

For the first time in nearly a decade and a half we are not formally at war - but exactly how many "security" or "military" people we have left behind in Iraq and Afghanistan is an imprecise matter.