(1) whether on
(2) whether (a) Mr. Williams and (b) any other communications official subsequently drafted any part of the dossier (i) on and (ii) after
(3) whether his Department holds a record of the identities of those officials who drafted any element of the 2002 Iraq dossier on 9 and
(4) who the authors were of the documents submitted by his Department to Lord Hutton's Inquiry and catalogued CAB/23/0005 to CAB/23/0014; which officials added handwritten notes to the documents; and (a) for what purpose and (b) on what date those documents were produced;
(5) whether the inclusion in the 2002 Iraq dossier of reference to intelligence suggesting that Iraq could launch weapons of mass destruction within 45 minutes resulted from the discussion of the Joint Intelligence Committee's assessment of
Matters relating to the weapons of mass destruction (WMD) dossier were examined in great detail by the inquiry led by Lord Hutton, Lord Butler's 'Review of Intelligence on Weapons of Mass Destruction' and the Intelligence and Security Committee's report 'Iraqi WMD—Intelligence and Assessments'.