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Government must release cabinet minutes on lead-up to Iraq war

Cabinet minutes from 2003 at which ministers discussed the events leading up to the invasion of Iraq were today ordered to be released by the information tribunal.

The decision follows a lengthy battle by campaigners who have argued that the public interest in learning what was said about the planned invasion outweighs the public interest in cabinet discussions being kept secret.

Ministers have strongly opposed the request, arguing that the Freedom of Information Act was never intended to allow for the publication of information of this kind.

See also: Iraq WMD Lies: The Words of Mass Deception

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