Iraq Inquiry: 'We want the truth'
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Iraq Inquiry: Bereaved Welsh families 'want the truth'

The father of a Welsh serviceman killed during the Iraq War has said he wants the Chilcot report to deliver answers.

The Iraq Inquiry, set up in 2009, finally makes its findings public on Wednesday.

Robert McFerran, from Connah's Quay in Flintshire, lost his 24-year-old son Peter in a rocket attack at Basra airbase in 2007.

The invasion was ordered by the former prime minister Tony Blair and US President George W Bush.

Mr McFerran said he hoped those responsible were held to account.

  • 06 Jul 2016
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