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The Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war is to summon Tony Blair back to give evidence and he will be asked to testify in both public and private, officials saidlast night.
The former prime minister, who gave nearly six hours of evidence on Friday, is expected to be asked about intelligence reports. His second public appearance could take place before the general election.
The panel are concerned in particular about his evidence relating to the legality of the invasion, the Guardian has learned.
Originally posted by TrueBrit
Million person march in the capital, and nothing changed. I think that speaks for itself.
Originally posted by nik1halo
Well, considering we have an unelected leader,