Findings of the Iraq Inquiry
Flawed intelligence, inadequate planning, and a peace process that had not been exhausted are among the damning conclusions of the Iraq Inquiry.
Sir John Chilcot, who has taken seven years to complete his report, has finally delivered his conclusions to the world's media, politicians and to the families of those who died in the Iraq conflict.
Laura Kuenssberg reports.
06 Jul 2016
- From the section UK Politics