Foreign Affairs Committee

Session 2002 - 2003: Friday 11th July 2003




Evidence Session

The Decision to go to War in Iraq

The Foreign Affairs Committee will hold the following evidence session as part of its ongoing inquiry into 'The Decision to go to War in Iraq';

Tuesday 15th July 2003:
Time/Location: 3.00pm in Committee Room 15
Witnesses: Dr David Kelly, Special Adviser to the Director, Counter-proliferation and arms control, Ministry of Defence

The Committee's Ninth Report of Session 2002 - 2003 ' The Decision to go to War in Iraq' and the uncorrected transcripts from the evidence sessions taken so far in this inquiry can be viewed on the Committee's website.

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