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This is the first chance I’ve had to comment on the letter from Blair’s Private Secretary Matthew Rycroft to the FCO, which was reported on earlier this week. It seems to confirm the thesis I advance in my BJPIR article … Continue reading
LSE Politics and Policy blog kindly invited me to write something on the Iraq Inquiry. You can read my post here: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/2011/08/08/iraq-libya-chilcot-inquiry/