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Sir John writes to the FAC
Update on Inquiry progress - June 2015
Iraq Inquiry costs for the financial year 2014 to 2015
Sir John gives evidence to the Foreign Affairs Committee on 4 February 2015
Sir John agrees to give evidence to the Foreign Affairs Committee
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