After the Chilcot report, we'll hear the New Testament – the gospel according to Saint Tony | Voices | The Independent:
But we know what Blair’s going to do after he’s read the whole shebang (if he hasn’t already), because he revealed this very pointedly to Andrew Marr at the weekend: “By the way, the thing that will be important when it [publication] does happen [sic] is that we have then a full debate, and I look forward to participating in that.”
So there you have it. Already this wretched man has decided that Chilcot’s Old Testament will be up for “debate” – a “full debate” no less – and that only then will we be able to decide whether this massive government enquiry actually measures up to Blair’s high standards of probity and due diligence or whether it needs further embellishment. Whether, in fact, it needs a vast addendum which, no doubt, will be written. Thus, Blair promises his “participation”, a revelation which had me gasping.