The 2.6 million words of the Report of the Iraq Inquiry (RII) amount to a demolition case of war as a marketing exercise.
Author: James Cusick
If the liars keep getting away with it, there is no deterrence against political deception
Key points to look for in what is expected to be one of the most complex reports ever published: the 45 Minute Warning, the Cojones Meeting, WMD and legal cover
Key points to look for in what is expected to be one of the most complex reports ever published
James Cusick, leading expert on the Inquiry since it started 2009, explains the explosive report.
James Cusick gives his personal view of the Whittingdale Scandal and cover up by the Press.
David Cameron, under siege for his shifting account of the Panama Papers, is facing an imminent second front of attacks as a consequence of his decision to bring John Whittingdale into the cabinet last year