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Posted on 19 Jun 2005 2:44 pm
I think to describe Mr Ingram's conduct as merely negligent is generous in the extreme. It seems increasingly clear to me that once the decision was taken to "fix the facts and intelligence to suit the policy", that Ministers no longer felt burdened by the truth.
It is reassuring to see these lies being slowly picked apart one by one, but less reassuring to to see the total lack of any accountability for them.
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