As is now well known, the Chilcot Report on the British Government’s planning, execution and aftermath of the Iraq war provided a scathing critique of almost every aspect of the Prime Minister’s and government’s conduct.
There is one facet of this deplorable episode that has not yet received any adequate consideration in the Australian media.
This concerns the politicisation of the process that led to the UK Government’s conclusion that the war was lawful…
Source: SPENCER ZIFCAK. Chilcot: The War and the Law | John Menadue – Pearls and Irritations