Interesting comment in the Times today. I think the writer has a damm good point. Does the Government benefit by distracting us with smoke and mirrors over the start of the war? Regardless of the legality of the war I have a feeling that there's far more dirt as yet uncovered on the conduct of the war and afterwards at the polictical and strategic level? Would more planning and more troops have helped? Would a willingness to change the way we work have benefited us in the long run?