The Iraq Inquiry has announced that Tony Blair and a number of others are to be required to give further public oral evidence to Sir John Chilcot and colleagues.
The announcement is here: Iraq Inquiry will take further public evidence.
The oral hearings will take place between 18th January 2011 and 4th February 2011.
In addition, the Iraq Inquiry has requested further written evidence from a number of individuals, including the former Attorney General, Peter Goldsmith.
In recent weeks, I have focussed this blog largely on issues relating the death of David Kelly.
In coming weeks I will post a signfiicant volume of information relating to the offences contrary to UK law that Tony Blair, Peter Goldsmith and others committed in relation to the UK military action in Iraq.
That will, inevitably, raise issues relating to the Iraq War that are not currently widely appreciated. I will attempt to write future posts to facilitate understanding by an audience which is probably unfamiliar with at least some of the material I intend to post.