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Tony Blair on hunt for WMD and Iraq military timetable

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Tony Blair has been questioned about the military timetable for the Iraq invasion, and its relationship to the search for weapons of mass destruction.

The former British prime minister has been facing questions in public for the first time about taking the UK to war against Iraq, at the Iraq inquiry in central London.

Sir John Chilcot began the six-hour question session by saying Mr Blair could be recalled to give further evidence if necessary.

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