Earlier this week I finally obtained a copy of Norman Baker's book, The Strange Death of David Kelly.
There is one point I wish to comment on at this point in time.
On page 201 Norman Baker refers to an email to David Kelly from Judith Miller on 16th July 2003 and interprets it as referring to the Intelligence and Security Committee hearing on 16th July 2003.
However, a closer look at the email, COM/4/0023, shows it to have been sent at 00.30 on 16th July 2003.
Whether the sent time is UK or US time (the former is more likely) Judith Miller's email was sent before the meeting of the Intelligence and Security Committee on 16th July 2003.
It must, therefore, refer to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee meeting on 15th July 2003.
If a journalist in New York can work out that "things went well" for David Kelly at the Foreign Affairs Select Committee (which they did), how is it that the UK media so consistently missed that outcome?