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Question 1: His memo outlining five tests for liberal military intervention was used by ________ in drafting his Chicago foreign policy speech.
Harold WilsonTony BlairClement AttleeGordon Brown

Question 2: Iraq inquiry - day by day timeline of evidence given – ongoing coverage from the ________
BBCTG4Raidió Teilifís ÉireannNorwegian Broadcasting Corporation

Question 3: [8] Conservative Party leader ________ dismissed the inquiry as "an establishment stitch-up", and the Liberal Democrats threatened a boycott.
John MajorMargaret ThatcherDavid CameronWilliam Hague

Question 4: Sir Roderic Lyne, former Ambassador to Russia and to the United Nations in ________, previously served as private secretary to Prime Minister John Major.
ZürichGenevaBaselLausanne

Question 5: Iraq war inquiry – ongoing coverage from ________
The ObserverThe TimesThe IndependentThe Guardian

Question 6: From the inquiry's resumption in January 2010, it has been hearing predominantly from politicians and former government officials, including ________, Tony Blair's director of communications.
David Kelly (weapons expert)Alastair CampbellPeter MandelsonHutton Inquiry

Question 7: Sir John Chilcot (chairman), a career diplomat and senior civil servant who was previously a member of the ________.
Joint Intelligence Committee (United Kingdom)Butler ReviewDowning Street memoHutton Inquiry

Question 8: The Iraq Inquiry, also referred to as the Chilcot Inquiry after its chairman, Sir John Chilcot,[1][2] is an ongoing British public inquiry into the United Kingdom's role in the ________.
Post-invasion Iraq, 2003–presentRefugees of IraqIraqi insurgency2003 invasion of Iraq







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