Chilcot Inquiry: Conversations between George Bush and Tony Blair will never be made public
|A grubby little cover up|
The conspiracy to enter into war, has recruited new members with a grubby little deal to cover up evidence and conceal the truth. In any other circumstances, this would be a case of "conspiracy to pervert the course of justice".
|Bush and Blair; Shoulder to shoulder|
The Cabinet Office has decreed that disclosure of the full text of documents would be detrimental to United States/United Kingdom relations and could endanger the "Special Relationship"(a relationship which in fact only exists in the imagination of many British politicians). It is intolerable that un elected and un accountable civil servants are able to thwart and disrupt a legal enquiry and protect former politicians and foreign dignitaries from examination and being held accountable for their actions.
It seem that Blair will never be put on trial for war crimes.