The Iraq Inquiry's report will not be published until the second half of next year, it was announced yesterday.
The head of the investigation, Sir John Chilcot, has written to David Cameron alerting him to the delay.
The findings about the run-up to the 2003 invasion and its aftermath had originally been expected by the end of last year. The timing was then put back to this summer.
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