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Fury as Iraq war report ‘faces being delayed until after the EU referendum despite ministers being given it next month’

Long-awaited Chilcot inquiry is to be delayed until after the EU referendum

David Cameron’s accused of deliberately delaying controversial findings

Ministers will be given the report next month, but it will not be published

Families whose loved ones died in the war say delay causes further pain


19 March 2016

The publication of the long-awaited Chilcot inquiry is to be delayed until after the EU referendum, it was reported last night.

David Cameron’s decision to postpone publication of the report into the Iraq War sparked accusations that he was deliberately deferring controversial announcements.

The delay comes despite the fact that ministers will be given the report – expected to condemn senior political figures – next month.

Government sources told The Daily Telegraph it was unlikely to be published until after the June 23 vote.

The PM had suggested his plans were to publish the report within two weeks of receiving it.

Reg Keys, whose son Lance Corporal Thomas Keys, 20, died in the war, said the delays were causing further pain.

He said: ‘It has gone on far, far too long and it is just dragging out the agony of the families who want to draw a line under it.’

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