Archive for December, 2012

Telegraph claims further delay

By Chris Ames - Last updated: Thursday, December 27, 2012

by Chris Ames The Daily Telegraph is reporting that: Families of soldiers killed in Iraq reacted with dismay yesterday after it emerged that Sir John Chilcot’s report into the war has been hit by yet more delays after objections over declassifying Tony Blair’s private messages. It’s another story that links delay with the issue of […]

Covering up the abuse

By Chris Ames - Last updated: Saturday, December 22, 2012

by Chris Ames As the Iraq Inquiry falls further and further into the background and possible irrelevancy, arguably as a result of the breadth of its remit, the one issue that it has insisted on ignoring keeps making the news. In the last week the doctor who joined in the cover up of the killing […]