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David Miliband defends UK stance on Iraq

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Foreign Secretary David Miliband has denied the controversy surrounding the invasion of Iraq has damaged British foreign policy.

He was speaking after Tony Blair insisted the Iraq war made the world a safer place and said he has "no regrets" about removing Saddam Hussein.

The former prime minister also told the Iraq inquiry the people of the country were now better off and he would take the same decisions again.

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