27 January 2010

At the end of Chilcot’s day

The penny drops over at Andrew Sparrow’s indispensible live blog:

That was the most gruelling all-day session we've had. At times it sounded like a particularly intense law seminar….Personally, I thought he was an impressive witness.  Even Sir Roderic Lyne could not throw him off his stride. But, then again, that's what you'd expect from a clever lawyer.

As for Paul Waugh.  Oh dear.  But then again, he begins to get it:

….it is strange that no anti-war group has to date attempted any legal action.

Answer:  No it’s not, because there is no basis for any such action.

As for Chilcot & Co.  They are having a day off tomorrow.  They need it, because Friday's witness is A Class Act.  Let us hope he gets a fair hearing.

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