These and possibly more may be coming with the final report from the Chilcot Iraq War Inquiry, due sometime this summer and already delayed. Whatever wasn't brought out in the very public hearings and written testimony but was in the behind closed door meetings.
22 May 2012 - Words that Tony Blair spoke over the phone to George Bush on the eve of the Iraq war are to be made public, a tribunal has ordered.
The Foreign Office has been ordered to release parts of the note detailing the conversation on 12 March 2003, a week before the invasion of Iraq began.
A panel chaired by tribunal judge Professor John Angel overruled objections from the Foreign Office that publishing any part of the conversation could do “serious damage” to relations with the USA
They said in their ruling: “The circumstances surrounding a decision by a UK government to go to war with another country is always likely to be of very significant public interest, even more so with the consequences of this war.”
The two leaders are believed to have discussed whether they should go to the United Nations for a resolution specifically authorising them to go to war. read more>>>