Despite his repeated assertions that it is nothing to do with him, it is now clear that British Prime Minister David Cameron not only has the power...
Chris Ames: Talking a good game over Freedom of Information
Chris Ames: Was oil justification withheld from Iraq Inquiries?
Chris Ames: Iraq war inquiry secretary leaking information to USA
Chris Ames: Chilcot secretary appointment raises serious transparency questions
Chris Ames: Key Blair aide’s Iraq evidence behind closed doors
New evidence points to the spin doctor’s influence on the case for the Iraq war. Chris Ames reports
The Chilcot investigation may know the truth about the build up to the war, but it is unable to reveal all, says Chris Ames
Chris Ames: The outcome of the UK election could radically effect the inquiry into the Iraq war
Chris Ames: the cutting of a live stream due to “sensitive material” has further undermined the beleaguered Chilcot inquiry
Chris Ames says the Chilcot Inquiry is highlighting flaws of previous Iraq war investigations
Public hearings into the Iraq war are set to begin on 24 November, the panel’s chairman Sir John Chilcot said today. But witnesses still do not know whether the evidence they give will ever make its way into the public domain, says Chris Ames