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Iraq inquiry

Asked if the Leader of the House had let the cat out of the bag by suggesting that there would be an inquiry into the Iraq war, the PMS said the Prime Minister had already said he was sure that there would be a time where people would want to look into these issues, but now was not that time, whilst our troops were deployed on the ground.

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  1. It seems it never is the time to have an inquiry, doesn’t it?! And when there IS an inquiry it’s invariably a total whitewash. So what’s the point anyway?!

    I see that a Lib Dem MP is now insisting that David Kelly did not commit suicide, according to the BBC:


    If this is the case it makes a total mockery of the Hutton Whitewash. Not that that’s any sort of surprise at all; just an illustration of the fact that inquiry or no inquiry, the outcome of any situation will be one that favours the establishment, even if ordinary people die as a result. I despair of the human race, I really do…

    Comment by SmokeNMirrors — 25 Feb 2007 on 7:55 am | Link

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