by Chris Ames
The Inquiry has held a further meeting with relatives of service personnel killed in Iraq, this time in Edinburgh.
Tony Blair again seems to have been the focus of attention – and anger. According to the BBC, Rose Gentle, a supporter of the Digest asked Sir John Chilcot if the relatives could be present when he gives evidence.
Sir John said that he could not “guarantee a seat” for everyone when the former PM appeared.
But Ms Gentle said: “We want to be face-to-face with him – get a bigger hall.”