Former prime minister Tony Blair
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Tony Blair 'has no questions' over Dr David Kelly death

Former prime minister Tony Blair has said he has no further information or questions about the death of Dr David Kelly.

Attorney General Dominic Grieve is expected to announce whether he will order an inquest.

The government weapons inspector's body was found in woods close to his Oxfordshire home in 2003, shortly after it was revealed that he was the source of a BBC report casting doubt on the government's claim that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction capable of being fired within 45 minutes.

An inquest was suspended by then Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer, who ruled that Lord Hutton's inquiry could take its place.

Lord Hutton's report in 2004 concluded that Dr Kelly had killed himself by cutting an artery in his wrist.

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