We're finishing our live page coverage, following the publication of the Chilcot report into the Iraq War earlier today.
Sir John Chilcot said - in the report that was years in the making and comes to more than 2m words - that then prime minister Tony Blair's government overstated the threat of Saddam Hussein, sent ill-prepared troops into battle and did not have adequate plans for its aftermath.
Mr Blair has apologised for any mistakes made, but not for the decision to go to war.
Prime Minister David Cameron said it was important to "really learn the lessons for the future", saying that "sending our brave troops on to the battlefield without the right equipment was unacceptable".
A spokesman for some of the families of the 179 British servicemen and women killed in Iraq during the conflict said their relatives died "unnecessarily and without just cause and purpose".
You can scroll down for updates as they happened - or click on these links for more information:
- Findings at-a-glance
- Tony Blair stands by war decision - but says sorry to families
- Jeremy Corbyn: Invasion was "catastrophe"
- What Blair said to Bush
You can read our main story here as well as keep up to date with any further developments on the BBC News channel.
The report can be downloaded on the Iraq Inquiry website.