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The author of the inquiry into the Iraq War is facing criticism after announcing his report would not be published until June or July 2016.
Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "immensely frustrated" at how long Sir John Chilcot's inquiry, which began in 2009, was taking.
The mother of a British soldier killed in Iraq said it was "another let-down".
Sir John said the two million word report would be finished in April and then given national security checks.
Mr Cameron offered resources to speed up the process, while Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the time taken was "getting beyond ridiculous".
The inquiry is considering how UK forces came to participate in the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 and its aftermath.