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Chilcot to ‘heavily criticise’ Tony Blair over Iraq war | guardian.co.uk

Official inquiry into Iraq war expected to focus on former PM’s alleged failure to consult cabinet fully in run-up to invasion

Tony Blair is reported to be heading for heavy criticism by the official inquiry into the Iraq war, which is likely to focus on his alleged failure to consult the cabinet fully in the run-up to the 2003 invasion.

The Mail on Sunday reports today that Sir John Chilcot, the former permanent secretary at the Northern Ireland Office who is chairing the inquiry, has identified a series of concerns.

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