British troops in action in Iraq in 2004. Britain’s highest court says the families of several soldiers killed or injured in Iraq can sue the government for failing to protect them. Photo: AP

Iraq War Report Buries Oil Evidence, Fails To Address Motive

When the UK invaded, Iraq had nearly a tenth of the world’s oil reserves — and government documents “explicitly state” oil was a consideration before the war. Why didn’t Chilcot explore it further?

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