See, for example, Dr Kelly’s evidence to ISC 16/07/03.
Ann Taylor also makes an appearance in the Butler Report, Review of Intelligence on Weapons of Mass Destruction. Not, as one might expect, as a witness but as a member of the Butler Inquiry!
Less well known, perhaps, is that Ann Taylor was uniquely given access at 08.00 on 19th September 2002 to a draft of the September 2002 dossier.
See, for example, Email: Matthew Rycroft / Alison Blackshaw 19/09/02:
The PM has asked Ann Taylor to read through the dossier in draft and give us any comments. He stressed that it was for her only and that noone else outside this building was seeing it in draft
Not withstanding the title of the preceding document on the Hutton Inquiry web site, the email was written on 18th September 2002.
Ann Taylor MP had a unique opportunity to influence the content of the September 2002 dossier.
How then could she, without impropriety, sit as a member of the Butler Inquiry to inquire into the propriety and appropriateness of a process in which she herself had taken part?
Not only may it be true, that "When you are served by a Butler, you get exactly what you asked for.". Perhaps it's also true that "When you set up an inquiry, a Government can be confident in a Taylor-made result.".