A host of MPs and politicians have been tweeting in anticipation of the publication of the Chilcot Report, which has been seven years in the making.
This is what they had to say on the inquiry:
Ahead of the #ChilcotReport, we should remember all our soldiers and the Iraqi civilians who lost their lives in this disastrous war.
-- Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) July 6, 2016
Amid all the noise today let us not forget the many thousands of Iraqi civilians and 179 British troops killed by the Iraq War. #Chilcot
-- Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) July 6, 2016
Iraq was a shameful disaster; countless dead from our generation's Suez. Let's *learn* from Chilcot today, not use it to fight a proxy war.
-- Gavin Shuker (@gavinshuker) July 6, 2016
Thoughts are with the military families who lost loved ones in Iraq, hopefully they will get answers today #Chilcot
-- Chris Stephens MP (@ChrisStephens) July 6, 2016
I didn't support the Iraq War but I will at least read the executive summary of Chilcot's report before passing judgement on its contents!
-- Wes Streeting MP (@wesstreeting) July 6, 2016
-- George Galloway (@georgegalloway) July 6, 2016