British Probe Blair's Case for War in Iraq



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NPR's Alex Chadwick speaks to The Guardian news correspondent Jonathan Freedland about the results of a British government inquiry into whether Prime Minister Tony Blair and his administration exaggerated the case for war in Iraq, and were indirectly responsible for the suicide of a government official linked to media reports about the faults of Iraq-related intelligence.

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