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We got it wrong on Iraq WMD, intelligence chiefs finally admit

Intelligence chiefs have admitted for the first time that claims they made about Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction were wrong and have not been substantiated. The admission is revealed in the annual report of the parliamentary intelligence and security committee which also sharply criticises the lack of communication between ministers and the Secret Intelligence Service, MI6. It discloses that late last year the joint intelligence committee (JIC) reviewed key judgments on Iraq’s WMD capability and programmes behind the government’s now discredited dossier published in September 2002.Full Story

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