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Further Chilcot delays

Further Chilcot delays
The Chilcot report into the Iraq war may be delayed until late next year, according to the Telegraph. The delay is due to disagreements between Sir John Chilcot and the Cabinet Office over what material should be published. A source told the paper the "big issue still remains the inquiry's belief that it should be able to publish documents that the Cabinet Office is still withholding".

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