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The Chilcot Inquiry comes to a final conclusion, after seven years and over two million pages of report writing on the reasons for going to war with Iraq in 2003. Here, we share the Chilcot Inquiry transcript, and free downloads (subtitles and transcript) of the speech by Sir John Chilcot, the Chair of the Inquiry into the Iraq invasion.
Sir John Chilcot: I would like to welcome you to the Queen Elizabeth II Centre.  I should record how much we appreciate the support provided by the centre and its staff during our public hearings and again today. Before I begin my statement perhaps we should all recall the continuing suffering of innocent people in Iraq and those who have been killed and injured in terrorist attacks, including the latest horrific attack last Sunday, which killed more than 250 people. We were appointed to consider the UK’s policy on Iraq from 2001 to 2009 and to identify lessons for the future.
John Chilcot, the chairman of the Iraq Inquiry, outlines the terms of reference for the inquiry and explains the panel's approach to its work during a news conference to launch it at the QEII conference centre in London, Thursday, July 30, 2009. The head of a British inquiry into the Iraq war said Thursday he will call former Prime Minister Tony Blair to testify about the run-up to the conflict, but acknowledged it is unlikely that senior Bush administration officials would give evidence. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, Pool)
John Chilcot, the chairman of the Iraq Inquiry (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, Pool)
Our report will be published on the inquiry’s website after I’ve finished speaking. In 2003, for the first time since the Second World War the United Kingdom took part in an invasion and full scale occupation of a sovereign state. That was a decision of the utmost gravity.  Saddam Hussein was undoubtedly a brutal dictator who had attacked Iraq’s neighbours, repressed and killed many of his own people and was in violation of obligations imposed by the UN Security Council, but the questions for the inquiry were whether it was right and necessary to invade Iraq in March 2003 and whether the UK could, and should, have been better prepared for what followed. We have concluded that the UK chose to join the invasion of Iraq before the peaceful options for disarmament had been exhausted. Military action at that time was not a last resort.
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