Saturday, January 31, 2004

Rod Liddle ridicules Lord Hutton and the Hutton report: "The only thing we can learn from the Hutton report is that next time we yearn and clamour for an inquiry into some piece of governmental chicanery, we should avoid at all costs importuning a senior member of the legal community to write it." Hutton's whitewash loses credibility by not containing any criticism of the government at all. He's done his job too well. The story about Iraq's "weapons of mass destruction" is the same now as it was before and during the war: it is all a pack of lies. One of the biggest packs of lies in modern history. And no one has been called to account for it.

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