Hutton inquiry

  • 19 Feb 2014

    Blair’s email and reputation

    Tony Blair’s reported words of comfort and advice to Rebekah Brooks just as the News of the World had been accused of hacking into Millie Dowler’s phone will make some feel pretty squeamish.

  • 30 Nov 2011

    “The Labour leader is perfectly right that the vast majority of potential losers are women – something that could give the Prime Minister a sleepless night as he struggles to woo female voters.”

  • 8 Dec 2009

    Holloway on the Iraqi cabbie and the dodgy dossier

    Just interviewed MP Adam Holloway whose pamphlet on Iraq prompted the front page of the Daily Mail this morning: “Was Iraqi cabbie source of dodgy dossier?” The paper claims that an Iraqi taxi driver “…provided the information that Saddam Hussein could fire weapons at British targets within 45 minutes.” But Adam Holloway both in his…

  • 25 Nov 2009

    The Iraq inquiry is light on documents. Here’s why

    Most of the damage done to the government in the Hutton inquiry came from the documents, memos, emails, draft diaries, government papers, that poured out every day.

  • 24 Nov 2009

    Iraq inquiry light on documents

    Channel 4 News Political correspondent Gary Gibbon says the Iraq Inquiry so far has not unearthed as many documents as the Hutton Inquiry did.

  • 24 Nov 2009

    For a war that seared onto our TV screens via the US military doctrine of “shock and awe” the UK’s official inquiry into the Iraq conflict just started with a distinctly English sang froid. First things first – another inquiry? You could be forgiven a tinge of déjà vu, but the two best-known investigations that…