Peter Hitchens

Forget Chilcot

The national puzzle is this: why did so many informed and sensible people accept transparent twaddle as fact?

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[/audioplayer]It might actually be better if Sir John Chilcot’s report is never published. I for one can no longer be bothered to be annoyed (though I used to be) by the increasingly comical excuses for its non-appearance.

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