Monday, 7 June 2010

Chilcot inquiry gets rule change...........

Hidden away in an interview with Clegg on the Guardian comment is free website is a most interesting revelation:

On the Chilcot inquiry on the Iraq war, there was a major development: a clear commitment to make sure that the inquiry is able to publish a great number of documents: the current protocol on a presumption of confidentiality and secrecy will be changed to a presumption of publication, but most likely to coincide with the inquiry's report, whenever that may be.

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