The Iraq Inquiry report spans almost a decade of UK government policy decisions between 2001 and 2009.
It was written by Sir John Chilcot and published on 6 July and covered;
- the background to the decision to go to war
- whether troops were properly prepared
- how the conflict was conducted
- and what planning there was for its aftermath, a period in which there was intense sectarian violence.
The conflict resulted in the deaths of 179 UK servicemen, 19 of whom came from Scotland.
Rose Gentle, whose son Gordon was the youngest to be killed in the war, said she wanted to meet Tony Blair.
He was the UK prime minister at the time of the conflict in 2003.
There's continuing live coverage of reaction to Chilcot on the BBC News website.