Soldier's father awaits Chilcot report
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Chilcot Inquiry: Soldier's father hopes for 'Blair evidence'

The father of a soldier who died at the start of the Iraq War is hoping the Chilcot report will provide evidence of wrong-doing by the then Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Peter Brierley has contested Mr Blair's reasons for going to war.

Mr Brierley's son Shaun was killed in a vehicle crash in Kuwait just after the war started.

The Chilcot report on the Iraq War is being published on Wednesday.