Posts Tagged “sir john chilcot”

Davey: Brown should face Iraq inquiry music

by Stephen Tall on December 24, 2009

Hopes have never been high that Sir John Chilcott’s inquiry into the Iraq war would provide a real sense of closure: it’s come too late, and opinions are fixed. Opponents of Tony Blair’s decision will forever believe that he knowingly mislead Parliament into voting for a war he believed was essential; those who defend his […]

PMQs: Nick tackles Gordon on Labour’s “suffocating and shameful culture of secrecy”

by Stephen Tall on November 25, 2009

Ah, the joy of PMQs – Nick asks Gordon a question, Gordon fails to answer a totally different question to the one Nick asks. It’s a regular pattern, but today it was clear to everyone that the Lib Dem leader had floored the Prime Minister over the issue of Sir John Chilcot’s inquiry into the […]