Iraq inquiry: Your reaction
He was asked about apparent discrepancies between his previous evidence and comments by former Attorney General Lord Goldsmith, who told the inquiry he was "uncomfortable" about statements made by the then PM before the conflict.
The ex-PM said he disregarded Lord Goldsmith's warning that attacking Iraq would be illegal without further UN backing because it was "provisional" and believed his top legal officer would change his position on whether a second UN resolution justifying force was needed when he knew the full details of the negotiations.
Did the inquiry ask the right questions? How did Tony Blair handle the questioning? What do you think the inquiry will achieve?
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