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Protest at parliament against holding Iraq enquiry in private

Issue No. 2156

The Stop the War Coalition has called a protest outside parliament at 2pm this Wednesday, demanding 'No Whitewash, No Cover Up', in the Iraq enquiry.

The protest is timed to coincide with a debate in parliamet on the enquiry.

Stop the War has stated, 'The scandal over Gordon Brown's decision to hold the Iraq war inquiry in private has united in condemnation the most unlikely people, including MPs, peers in the House of Lords, military leaders, former civil servants, bereaved families and even Sir Christopher Meyer, Britain's US ambassador at the time the decision was taken to go to war.

'The anger over this appalling decision has intensified with the revelation that Tony Blair was behind Brown's decision to have a completely secret inquiry.'

Stop the War is also asking all its local groups and supporters to contact their MPs as a matter of urgency, by letter, telephone, email or fax, and urge them to support the call for a full public inquiry.

» www.stopwar.org.uk


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Mon 22 Jun 2009, 10:56 BST
Issue No. 2156
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