Tony Blair: 'Cabinet knew of military preparations'

Former prime minister Tony Blair is being questioned for a second time by the Iraq inquiry about his role in the lead-up to the 2003 war.

On being questioned about whether the Cabinet at the time knew of military preparations in the run up to the war, he said: "It really does defy common sense and logic, let alone the discussion, to think that there were people in the cabinet who didn't know."

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