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Chilcot Inquiry, Will It Ever Be Published?

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3123526/Will-Iraq-War-report-published-Row-erupts-Chilcot-Inquiry-delayed-year.html

  • £10million, six-year inquiry will not be published for 'at least another year'
  • Calls for an urgent statement in Parliament on Sir John Chilcot's work
  • David Cameron urged to consider pulling the plug on the entire process

The Chilcot Report into the Iraq War will not be published for at least another year, it emerged today sparking a fresh row about whether it will ever be finished.

Ministers today faced calls for an urgent statement to Parliament on the future of the inquiry, as some urged David Cameron to pull the plug. Lord Morris of Aberavon, a former Attorney General, demanded that the Prime Minister to consider sacking Chilcot.

By the end of this year the inquiry will have lasted for longer than British combat troops were fighting in Iraq.

Will it ever be published? Seems a great way to bury the investigation, keep delaying it and the pull it.

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Takes time to write a good blockbuster, the character acrs, the exposition, the villains.

Rush it and you get jar-jar binks and ewoks. I can see why they're taking their time.

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Takes time to write a good blockbuster, the character acrs, the exposition, the villains.

Rush it and you get jar-jar binks and ewoks. I can see why they're taking their time.

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

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Damn, is Chilcot failing to play by the rules regarding that smoking gun? A walk in the woods would be too much of a coincidence, we have to find another solution.

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They'll wait until the pressure on John Chilcot gets too intense, then sack him and put another 'right sort of chap' in his place. After a year or so of looking through the work his predecessor did the new fellow will say it was seriously flawed and much of the work needs to be done again from the ground up. That will push the inquiry off the radar again until after the 2020 general election, then in the early 2020s the Establishment will have to find another way to keep the game of keepie uppie going.

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