Iraq Enquiry: Counting the Cost

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by 81cufc, Nov 27, 2009.

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  1. Aparently the Iraq war cost £6.5 Billion of taxpayers money, now personally given how much the banks have had I think that's pretty good value for money, coming back to the point though . . . Considering that the people testifying don't have to go undeb oath & there will be no prosecutions, why exactly are we wasting more money on this?

    I am sure the families of our fallen brothers want the truth and they are fully entitled to it, but why do we always take the ten pound solution to the hundred pound problem?

    Now as a cynic I think it's cos the Cnut Brown is much more implicated in all this than he's letting on at the moment, I mean him & Tony Blair weren't best buddies so why watch his back now?

    Something stink. . .
     
  2. I think the Iraq War Inquiry will add about £500m to this figure. Good pantomime though!