20 May 2014 - Dirty work at the crossroads - or what?
All sorts of feeble excuses are being peddled around to explain the unjustified, and indeed shameful, delay in publishing the critical Chilcot Report into the Iraq War.
But MPs are suspicious that the real reason for its non-publication so far - said to be four years overdue - is that its contents could destroy the reputation of Tony Blair the former Prime Minister.
That cannot be a good reason to delay, and especially not to censor a report, which deals with an event which cost hundreds of British lives as well as maiming many more British servicemen and women for life.
They, their relatives and the British taxpayer have a right to know what went on in their name and with their money. read more>>>