12 February 2014 - Delays in publishing the Iraq Inquiry report risk "denying justice" to the public, an ex-attorney general says.
In a parliamentary debate, Lord Morris of Aberavon demanded to know who was responsible for the hold-up in the Chilcot Inquiry, which began in 2009.
Talks with civil servants are going on about whether the inquiry can include sensitive documents about the run-up to the 2003 war in its conclusions.
Lib Dem minister Lord Wallace said he regretted the process was so prolonged.
He told peers that he hoped the report - which is looking into the UK's participation in the 2003 invasion which toppled Saddam Hussein and its aftermath - would be made public in the "foreseeable future". read more>>>