Secret medical documents support the official conclusion that weapons inspector Dr David Kelly killed himself.
NEW calls have been made for a formal inquest to be held into the death of government scientist David Kelly, left.
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WEAPONS scientist Dr David Kelly was assassinated to stop him making further comments about Saddam's nuclear arsenal, according to new claims.
WEAPONS expert Dr David Kelly, who exposed the government's "sexed up" dossier justifying the invasion of Iraq, was assassinated, an MP claimed today.
JOHN Simpson has launched a ferocious attack on Tony Blair, claiming that the former Prime Minister was determined to undermine, bully and destroy the BBC.
AN expert who took part in the hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq said today that he quit because he felt the programme was being used to justifying the United States' decision to go to war.
A SENIOR MP has challenged an official inquiry's finding that government weapons inspector David Kelly committed suicide.
AN MP conducting an investigation into the death of Dr David Kelly last night claimed his computer files have been wiped.
A PROBE by Lib Dem MP Norman Baker into the death of Dr David Kelly, has been dismissed as "a complete waste of time" by a friend of the late Government scientist.
TWO Labour MPs who organised the event where a copy of the Hutton Report into the suicide of government scientist David Kelly was auctioned last night apologised.
DR DAVID Kelly, dressed in a perfectly pressed suit, neat white Panama hat on his head, is meeting a potentially helpful member of the Iraqi Special Security Organisation on a weapons inspection in Saddam’s Baghdad. "I suppose I should be used to being lied to by now but I’m not," he froths. "I will return to this Godforsaken country and if necessary tear down the Special Security Organisation, brick by brick!"
HERE was the witness Lord Hutton did not call.
INTELLIGENCE indicating Saddam Hussein had stockpiles of chemical and biological weapons was "very thin," the author of a critical report on the government’s case for war in Iraq said yesterday.
GREG Dyke and Andrew Gilligan, who were both castigated in the aftermath of the Dr David Kelly affair, said they felt the Butler Report vindicated the government scientist’s claim the government had "sexed up" its dossier on Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction.
Following the scandal surrounding the death of government weapons scientist Dr David Kelly, the BBC is to establish a journalism training college
THE BBC’s internal investigation into its reporting on Iraq, which was condemned as "flawed" by Lord Hutton, has cleared senior editors, instead heaping blame on to the reporter Andrew Gilligan.
A CORONER yesterday ruled that the inquest into the death of government weapons expert Dr David Kelly is not to be reconvened.
A HEARING to decide whether to reconvene the inquest into the death of government scientist Dr David Kelly will take place on March 16.