(Lucas : A perfect example how Britain’s populous is being played and defied, no justice and no inquiry and staged outrage. “It sounds like: We can’t be bothered now with inquiries or better said: We are not going to investigate this at all. We first pull the elections through that will bring in a non-common law dictatorship Britain ruled by a few controllers and enslaving the Brits totally.)
The extensive inquiry into the effects and legality of the 2003 invasion of Iraq will not be published until after the 2015 General Election, leaving those who believed its conclusion should be put before voters dismayed.
It was revealed on Tuesday that the chairman of the inquiry, Sir John Chilcot, will outline the reason for the prolonged postponement in aletterto David Cameron on Wednesday.
A cross-party selection of backbench MPs were due to debate the release of the report of the inquiry, which last took evidence from a witness in 2011, on January 29 and were expected to demand immediate publication.