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Episode 126

After seven years and millions of pounds, the long delayed Chilcot Report into the Iraq War is finally about to be published. Will Sir John (knighted by Tony Blair) have labored mightily only to bring forth a mouse. Or will, as last week's Sunday Times seemed to suggest, Chilcot's report savage the reputations of Tony Blair, Jack Straw, MI6’s Richard Dearlove and many others.  In a very special edition, Peter Oborne, one of the most respected conservative writers around today joins Sputnik to discuss the issues set to dominate the summer and beyond.  

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