Debate on the report of the Iraq Inquiry

13 July 2016

MPs debated the report of the Iraq Inquiry in the House of Commons over two days, Wednesday 13 July and Thursday 14 July 2016.

Report of the Iraq Inquiry

Debate: Thursday 14 July 2016

MPs continued to debate the report of the Iraq Inquiry on Thursday 14 July.

The Secretary of State for Defence, Michael Fallon, spoke on behalf of the Government at the close of debate.

Debate: Wednesday 13 July 2016

The Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Philip Hammond, opened the debate. Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Emily Thornberry, responded on behalf of the Opposition.

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