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Chilcot Report – Rats in a sack, by Duncan Sutherland

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Dear Paul,

On the subject of the video of Robin Cook’s resignation speech in 2003 which you show beside your regular Friday video, I just wanted to say how much I appreciated seeing that again. A model resignation speech, listened to intently by Jeremy Corbyn, as the video shows. At the time when the speech was delivered Mr Corbyn was, as is well known, one of those back-benchers who were very much involved in opposing the proposed invasion of Iraq.

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Another Blot on the Escutcheon, by Duncan Sutherland

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Dear Paul,

I thought you might find it interesting to take a look at Nicola Sturgeon’s Twitter page following the publication of the Chilcot report into the Iraq war, « the UK’s most shameful foreign-policy action in years », as the leader of the Scottish National Party’s group of MPs, Angus Robertson, has just said in the House of Commons.

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